The Florida Catholic
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Title: The Florida Catholic
Abbreviated Title: Fla. Cathol
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 44 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Florida Catholic Press, Inc.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: December 20, 1963
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579703
oclc - 01381806
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System ID: UF00079916:00156
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Preceded by: Southern Catholic
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I.,. us,'/especially .those who R03IE ( correspondence) -Father Jerome A., :plete the studies? at the Gregorian

; Carosella of St. John parish in St. Petersburg Beach, was in June Pope likelyto

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will be offered for Ac r
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: at. .Christmas, b'd'.i; father Ludwig J. Carosella and other relatives attendedhis The Carosella family Is for- CITY (XC)-

merly of Waterbury, Connecti "L'Osservatore Romano," Vat.
:i\iB\ ::the ;i : ordination and first :Massin cut. They moved to Florida in
: 'ciY'loyfyIly inthe ,fit Rome. class was ordained by Bishop ican City's daily newspaper,

: ", '',' : ., ., : Filippo Pocci, auxiliary to the 1948. Mrs. Eleanor Stanco Caro- 0. printed a report December 13
I"" ". : :." Father Carosella was one of Pope's Cardinal Ticar for sella, the Priest's mother, died Xi
> of: 'I" .3 [ that Pope Paul VI will meet
E .. .:: ..'. company: .the/.Holy ... 27 Priests in a class of 56 Amer Rome, in the Church of Christ in April of 1963. 11 I Orthodox Patriarch Athenagoras -
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: at the North
I' : : Mr. Carosella resides at 410
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:- ArchbIshopPriests HurIey::;! ordaining classes in theology at hold are :Mr. and :Mrs. Charles
<, '\: : : > Stanco the of v4 more than five centuries.
1 ftt : prelate was Archbishop the Gregorian University in grandparents AI
Martin J. O'Connor, rectorof Rome. the new Priest. :Mrs. Stanco ac- ,. The fact that the news

".-IW.. __ .. _.... ...f._ J the college. The rest of the Father Carosella will com- companied Mr.: Carosella to agency account of the meetingwas
I Rome to attend the ceremonies.The in the Vatican
I i other grandmother, Mrs. daily is seen as lending strong

Henry. Carosella, resides in support to such meetings, although -
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r : 'I. I[Father Henry J. :Miron of this printed without the approvalof

.' :: : :. : I i Diocese uate work who in is Rome.pursuing Another grad State.the Vatican Secretariat of

Priest of the Diocese in graduate The meeting would take

: I t studies, Father EugeneC. during the Pontiff's
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.' : < <' Kohls, attended the ceremony forthcoming visit to the Holy
_ which began in St. Ignatius Land.
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The next day, December 19, College concept seen traditional,
Father Carosella was scheduled

C to offer a Solemn High I
a of Vatican Council
j k _- Mass at 11 a.m. in the Churchof expert says
Santa Maria della Quercia.
i / MUNICH (NC) Chris- fluential theological commission of positive changeable 1 a w.
Present were his family, believes that the council "It also will probably state
tian tradition has consistently
; :M r s. Francis Gaffney of St. is likely to reaffirm this traditional that this college has its head

Petersburg, and a number of regarded the college of view of episcopal col- in the Roman Pontiff, who is

'- : :{1\: 6,:; relatives from Italy among the Bishops as the succes- Ir ialitr. not only first among equals,

,,'<:. :;,,,, '. whom is Sister Eleonora, a sor of the college of the "It probably will state," but in his capacity as succes-
.> great aunt. of Peter and thus head of
pY ". Apostles, and the Church he says, "that in the Church sor
the has the
_ college powers
The new Priest"was born has so taught all along, according there is not only a combinationsumma
which his according to the
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'- q definition of the First
k \ elementary school at Spraguein Rahner SJ. established, of
of,. 1.F0'" R vAa ') :Waterbury, Gulfport School many individual Bishops, but Council. Accordingly this college

.. '+d* ,"R 3 41t>7 : ..;UwSt.Petersburg and S Paul'Scnool The outstanding ,'German' .'.'a college -a-cbllegial-unlty unity has with its the standing pontiff and only can in k
ii Wmember
theologian of
in St. Petersburg. in its true meaning a
_ hear ac'V ti nuncil After graduation from St. the faculty of Austria's Inns- person."It unity.act as" a college only in such
bruck university pinpointedhis
Paul High School, his first two also is likely to state that
: A clergy conference took place sion has just concluded, gave the the left of the Archbishop, :Monsi- views in an article in Stim- Father Kahner expect! the
years in the seminary were this unity of the episcopate as
at St. Charles social hall in Orlandoon Priests of St Augustine Diocese an gnor Patrick E. Nolan V.F., Monsi- men der Zeit, Jesuit monthly constituted college council to draw the conclusion
spent at St. Andrew's, Rochester. a whole, as a
Tuesday. Archbishop Joseph P. account of the council. Tuesday's gnor John P. Burns, Father Mi- He then studied philos- edited here. belongs to the unchangeable from these premises by slating

1 Hurley, second from left home program included opening remarksby chael V. Gannon and Father JamesJ. ophy at St. Bernard's Semin- Father Kahner, a theological established I law of the that the college of Bishops, understood

from Vatican City where the sec- :Monsignor William J. MullallyP.A. Heslin. ary, also in Rochester, takingup expert of the ecumenical council Church which is "divine,' not in these terms, I is the

ond Vatican Council's second ses- ., left, and comments by, from theology in Rome in 1960. and a member of its in. one of the Church in the sense bearer of the supreme and full
power in the Church which the
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On Mount of Olives

. Radio Nativity i i address The Vigil exercise council not only but at outsideof an ecumenical

The obligation of fast and it as well always in cooperation
t scheduled by Holy Father abstinence formerly observedon hoer with the Pontiff.

-a I December 24, the Vigil of Pope plans holy Another conclusion In Father -
( NCWC News Service
Christmas, is now observedon Rahner's view will likelybe
Pope Paul VI will broadcast his radio message to the December 23 or Decem- that each Bishop shares in

world on December 23 at 8 p.m. Rome time ((2 p.m. EST). ber 24. It is up to the indi- JERUSALEM, Jordan' narratives of the Gos- the Mandelbaum Gate. Early in the morning of Jan- the responsibility for the whole

The following day-Christmas Eve-he will receive the vidual to make the choice. (NO) -As part of his pil- pels in Latin, Greek, Arabic Then he will travel north to uary 6, the feast of the Epiphany Church even though not individually

Cardinals who are in Rome and also other Roman prelates Holy Mother Church imposes grimage to the Holy Land, and Armenian. Nazareth and offer Mass at the Pope Paul is to go to in its jurisdiction, and
Church of the Annunciation.After Bethlehem to offer Mass in the he adds that regional episcopal
I in the traditional Christmas by law the observanceof Pope Paul IV will take partin Pope Paul will spend
of visits to pilgrimage of the Church of the conferences are the result of
fast and abstinence. night at the headquarters grotto
penitential service to be
greeting.The a
the delegation in points in Nazareth and along Nativity. such a "brotherly unity among
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: night
Holy Father is expectedto Jordanian Jerusalem the shore of the nearby Sea of He is to enplane later In the the Bishops.

prepare for offer one of his three Christ atop the :Mount of Olives at On January 5 he is to cross Galilee, he will return to Jerusalem day, arriving at Rome's Ciamp- As for the consequences to
Mass said to the Garden of Gethsemane.This over into Israeli Jerusalem via and return to Jordan. Ino Airport at 550 p.m. EXPERT, back pageWhere
mas Masses in the
Pope's visit church of St. Michael the is announced as one 1r
Archangel mark Kenya'sindependence
of the events that will take

in Rome's working-class place during the Holy: Father's
XCWC News Service Pietralata district.
in Israel a government com The Pope will\ offer his three presence in the holy placesin
Three African -
mittee has been set to ar-
range for the January recep Masses for different groups.At Priests officiated at a High early January.The > r JWS
Sovereign Pontiff will
tion of Pope Paul VI. midnight; the Tope will Mass of thanksgiving in Westminster leave Rome's :Fiumicino Air

S In Jordan three committeesare celebrate his first Mass in the cathedral marking the port at 8:30: a.m. (Rome time) :J .! t.M' + _4Jp : I _

working on details. One is Sistine chapel in the Vatican. achievement of independencein on January 4.

I a government committee headed Diplomats and their families Kenya on December 12. The 1500-miIe jet flight Is due % 4% b $
by Premier Hussein ibn _
will attend. At the conclusion of the to arrive at the airport outsideJordan's I
Nazzer, another is headed by capital, Amman,
the Apostolic Delegate, Arch- At 8.30: Christmas morningthe Mass, celebrated on December about two hours later. _
bishop Lino Zanini, and a 11, the Kenya national anthemwas _
Pope is to drive across Pope Paul Is expected to '
third is composed of the United sung by the choir of the '
Rome to the populous Pietralata reach Jerusalem at 2:30: p.m. i rer i' .
Nations representatives at Je Mill Hill Missionary Fathers,
rusalem. quarter which has been who have long been associated He will make his way along Iyly.

built up since World War II. with mission work in Kenya. the path that Christ carried
)Il"anwhiltatiean Radio the Cross, reaching the Basil-
reported that the city government His third Mass is to be said Father Gerald 3lahonM.lf ica of the Holy Sepulcher, the tzr

of Nazareth had decidedto in St. Peter's basilica at 11::>0 3l., superior general of the site of the burial and Resur-

rename the main street of a.m. .Mill Hill Fathers, preached. rection of the Lord. He is to I

that hometown of JCMIS in Immediately after this last Father Erasmus Wandera of offer a low Mass at the site of J4 /

honor of Pope Paul. offered the Mass and Christ's tomb. 'l -... '......,..,,".:.: ...J'
Uganda '
Mass the
Pope will proceed to
The station also noted that the great balcony atop the the congregation included the The penitential service will Pope Paul VI will prayThe
city officials in Jerusalem have high commissioner of Kenya be held that night at the Gar-
urged the people to decorate porch of the basilica to give Dr. Josaphat Karanja, and den of Gethsemane. In effecta basilica of the Holy Cross (right) will be the scene of many will make an Epiphany pilgrimagein

the buildings along the route his blessing to the city of other diplomats from Kenya holy hour, the service is to Jerusalem (left) and the grotto visits by pilgrims during the to these holy places.

the Pope is to follow. Rome and to the world. and the British Commonwealth. include the chanting or the of the Nativity in Bethlehem Christmas season. Pope Paul VI

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2 The Florida Catholic, Friday, Dec. 20, 1963

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I Catholic FLort4a.l .P' .i- ';? :? DEAR members and' friends. .. .

;. pot; iiI4t'' t DCCWf.

(\ Sorjy pot to .have had my
DeLand :. Aa. 'Mari : IslandStBernard .. # __ column ..in earlier'this month..
largo : ,. :. 1t i. tr8"Joseph I_ _
< .
.: '. .. '. ; . St Peter : : '. ,.
St. Patrick : .
-x : month of December by .. '
.' for. .. SchoeJbert ____
wrapped patients.at. ___
on ;
Children of St. Patrick.School At the Christmas party without a few words.

In Largo will present their local nursing'nomes.w'e r e Wednesday of last week, mem- y.., .-,,' '_ _
brought by members of the Forthe. busy Mother, remember -
Christmas pageant on Friday, ers of St. Bernard Guild displayed -
Rosary-Altar Society to the that Advent"
and crafts which your
December 20, on television. aprons,
meeting on Thursday eveningof .. wreath can become a Christmas
Friends are invited to dial were made for the February .
last week. Circle projectswere )- decoration. Remove the Jesus has a real birthday too.
8:50 bazaar.. I
channelVEDU..1 at Group singing was enjoyed _
a a.m. or 1:50 p.m. to see the pro- reported upon, includingthe at the program which $ purple and pink candles, and In the hurry and flurry of ________

announcement of bake white this time, do take a
a replace them with candles holiday
gram. Mrs. Phyllis Voss is director was held in Annie Silver haIl. .
2 of the pageant. sale for. January. 5 in the parish There will be a card party at 0# and red bow. Voila A centerpiece few moments to reflect and _
In the cast are Nancy Jo hall. Longboat.Key fire .h .1.pl.! January for the table. count your blessings.
Mrs. Fred "Mancintkchair- Wishing you peace joy and _
Sterba as Mary, Thomas Bickel committee ,. it .was. ,reported. .:.,.... .... For the family with small
man for the on the ;. .:.. happiness his Christmas
: Joseph Thomas Madden, ... children have of
as ; you thought
Confraternity of- :hrJ tian Doc Sar sofa : season,
Stanley Moeschl and Lawrence /: serving a Christ Child birth
trine, reported'.that 130 pupils :. A bien tot, _
Voss as three kings. St ,Martha > day cake? Make favorite
: attend the weekly catechism /: '. your Antoinette _

Rae Ann and Bobby Grubber classes. In January, ..M rs: The Indies' CWild-";"in..co '- cake, decorate, and place a _

will sing duets and Arnold Pancratz will be added junction 'with the.. Holy 'Name white candle in the center. The Neutrinos caught

Bobby has a solo, "Silent to the teaching staff. Society o(. St. Martha'parisn, .- -.-- .' figure. of the Christ Child can I
Night." Carolers in the chorus be brought from the
The DeLand Catholic youth conducted a Living Rosary in manger by C. U. physicist
Include Christine Goddard, Pat organization will sponsor a honor of the Immaculate Con Manger in Assisi and placed on the table for

Sager, Pat Zupansic, Pat this occasion. The candle is lit WASHINGTON (XC) A -1
bake sale on December 22 in ception. this logists in Rome after of research.
A small is shown admiring years
Reeves, Diane Stein ;Kathy the parish hall. .Members of The procession was led by girl after the meal, and the -'HappyBirthday" physicist at the Catholic University _______
Martin, Joanne King, Becky Monsignor C. L. Elslander V.F.A reconstruction of the first holy manger Originally, placed a holy song is lustily 'Sung of America here has

Baker, Mary Reeves, Evelyn this group are invited to a recited followedby in history, built by St. Francis of Assisi manger among his disciples for 10 for Jesus by all the family. succeeded in recording one of

Reeves and :Mary Straub. Accompanist youth dance center at All on Souls December Parish 21. rosary the novena was to Our, Lady of in the early 13th century. The restoration .days to remind them of the reason for Little tots are particularly im nature's most elusive particles, _______

at the piano is Mrs. Perpetual Help and Benediction was accomplished by archaeo- the Christmas celebration. pressed by this, realizing that the cosmic neutrino. _

Dorothy Sheehan. Boca Raton of the Most Blessed Sacra- Neutrinos particles from
Eau Gallie
Their program was a featureof ment. Orlando
Marymount 1 the hearts of atoms.
the December meeting of Star AscensionThe -I
Bishop Coleman F. Carroll The deceased president, John Morning Pilgrims
the St. Patrick's Women's Women's Guild of Ascension Cosmic neutrinos are those
Fitzgerald Kennedy and President will be
of Miami dedicated B 0 c aRaton's All parishes workingto
Guild in Largo's American Lyndon B. Johnson parish will serve a ham which reach the earth from
Marymou College on were make a success of the benefit -
t Legion hall, and attended at Saturday, December 14. GeorgeN. remembered in the prayers. show that the Women'sAuxiliary dinner on Saturday, January the sun and other stars. Until

the luncheon by 64 women. Shuster, assistant to the of the Morning Star 18. Mrs. John Horschel is Apostolic entourage now it has been impossible to
DeBarySt. chairman of the food committee record the cosmic neutrinos.
president at the University of School for handicapped children
Jacksonville and :Mrs. W .Simpson heads Cowan _
However, Clyde a
will Mrs. J. B.
Notre Dame, was the principal Ann sponsor.
Woman's Club the ticket sales.A to fly to Holy LandVATICAN physicist at the Catholic University _
Lawton III
speaker.The The Women's Guild of St. general chairmen, will
bowling league
bas since
new Septemberbeen
Th home of Mrs. ThomasS. new college, under the Ann parish reported that Mrs. reminds that the benefit will ,
begin on Sunday, January 5 the neutrinos
Lobrano Jr. was the setting direction of Mother M., Joguesof Herbert: Vitt and :Mrs. Howard take place .on February 11 at CITY (NC-Pope) Paul will be accompanied recording
The of theleague's
at 4:30p.m.: length equipment in an underground
for the annual Christmas tea the Religious of the Sacred Yerkees visited 15 Catholic fa. 8 p.m. at the Cherry Plaza schedule will be 12 on his Epiphany pilgrimage to the Holy Land by on vein
government c a
of the Catholic Woman's Club, Heart of Mary, will provide a milies in the Deltona area and Hotel. weeks. Information be obtained three Cardinals. Vatican Radio ias announced that the
may Maryland.
on Wednesday, December 18. two-year liberal arts program. welcomed them to the parish.: Art chairmen are Mrs.Vil' from Mrs. Gene Sekula papal party will include in the flight, Eugene Cardinal Cowan reported on his work
Riles and :Mrs. C. C.
Mrs. C. C. Applicants for the 1964-65 The annual dessert card liam J. Gilbert and Mrs. Otis
at AM 2-1116. Tisserant, Amleto Cardinal Cicognani and Gustavo Car-durinc: a recent seminar at the
Lewis Jr. were co-chairmen. school year should write to the party of the Women's Guild Gampher. Mrs. Frank E. dinal Testa.

. Toys are being collected for director of admissions, :Mary- will be an event. of Thursday, Flynn, ticket chairman,will be TallahasseeBlessed Franco Ghezzi, and CardinalCicognani's university. Cooperating with
All familiar with the been
are sacred him in the project have
. distribution to children in mount College, Boca Raton. January 16.Try assisted by the following SacramentThe secretary, Monsignor -
Jacksonville hospital clinics. Congregation of the Oriental Donald Ryan and Paul Szydlik.
parish chairmen: Mrs. Quentin Women's Guild of Church. Achille SilvestrinLIt

Club members are asked to Blessed Sacrament parish will later announced that studies expectedto
Their are
P Green Women's Club, St. These members of his official was
leave the toys at St. Vincent'sNurses James; Mrs. Guy Downs, ,St. join Father Thomas :Moore in household will make the Monsignor Jan G. M. Wille- hed light on the way in

Home. Mrs. Clarence J. Elizabeth Guild, St. James; giving a party for the patientsof pilgrimage too: Monsignor Fed- brands, secretary of the secre- which Mars originate and die
Williams and Mrs. William A. Florida State Hospital at tariat for promoting Christian the composition of
Mrs. Daniel Fallat, Home and erico Callori di Vignale, the as well as
Rice are in charge of distribu Chattahoochee on Wednesday, will make the earth.
School, St. James; Mrs. James major domo; Monsignor MarioN unity, pilgrimage matter on

tion. Dillon, St. Margaret Mary; Mrs. December 18. also.
Rocca di Corneliano, Cowan and his associates are

George Yucius, St. Andrew; Winter ParkSt. maestro di camera; Archbishop To mark Pope Paul VI's visit presently constructing n e u-

St. Petersburg Mrs. Joseph C. Lawton, St. Margaret Mary Diego Venini, private almoner; to the Holy Land, Vatican City trino detection equipment at
Charles Mrs. William Whitney The "'Y than spring-
; ounger and Bishop Peter van Lierde will issue a series ef postage Catholic University.
St. John Vianney Mrs. time" luncheon will be -
Q ; sponsored O.S.A., papal sacristan. stamps on the theme "The __
.- Frank Roark Jr., St. Mary :Mag-- by the Women's Guild of "

: The Flower Dell dalen; Mrs. John Carroll, Good St. Margaret Mary parish on Three officials of the Papal Apostolic Pilgrim. St. Petersburg

Shepherd; Mrs.: Francis Martin, Saturday, January 25 at the Secretariat of State going are One stamp will show the

Florist & Gifts Union Park Mission;. :Mrs. Villa Nova Restaurant in Winter Archbishop Antonio Samore, Pope in prayer and win bear

James Seider. Conway Mission; Park. secretary for extraordinary ecclesiastical the legend "Pilgrims Apostolicus -

I 1621 I Central-St.Petersburg .' __ Mrs. J. Connell, Our- Lady of I.eesburg affairs; Archbishop in Terra Sancta" (The MUMFORD

Phone: 862-4722 or 862.7961 1.- Good Counsel McCoy. Air St. Paul Angelo DelTAcqua, undersec- Apostolic Pilgrim in the Holy Befrlmtlon Air Conditioning

Force Base; Mrs. John P. retary for ordinary affairs; Land). Heat rump Ptrvlr*
Until further notice, accord- Ernesto Campagni, Good r *d Appliance
Shaughnessy, St. Theresa Society Keith JMonMgnor The remaining three will *%.1->th fit. South
to Father Symons,
.;;11II ,. Orlando Air For e Base; chancellor of apostolic briefs. bear :the legend ""Paulus' VI -. \"heDN' pDay
the:Sunday schedule of Massesat lO -u*7 !;\t. SJ8S1I1FLORISTGREENHOUSES
Mrs. Edwin Pounds, Winter St. Paul Church in Leesburgwill Other persons who will be in Peregrimis Apostolicus" (Paul

this kitchen treatHave Garden. be 7:30: 9, 10:30: and 11:30: the Pope's entourage will include VI the Apostolic Pilgrim). One
'eel vIy of these will feature a view of
Members who wish to renew a.m. :
in Morning Monsignor William A. Carew, the Basilica of the Nativity in
fashioned their membership Fernandina BeachSt.
an tree and
sing carols, serve
your another view of
Bethlehem, a
do' so by St. John's, Newfoundland, who
Invite Star Auxiliary may
trimming party your these
guests peppermint Michael:
the entrance to the Basilica of
dollarannual duesto is the head of the English desk
in to trim the sending one
guests bright, rounds with
a warm, spicy Father William J. Holmes the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem -
1211 the secretariat state Rai-
glittering Christmas Mrs. Edward H. Hurt, ;
( tree. punch. has announced that a triduum and the third a view of the ..
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Peppermint rounds will be held for the Holy Name Fountain of the Blessed Virginin WE WIRE FLOWERS
usedto "L'Osservatore Romano Vat
are ,
to the tree and string popcorn 1 cup butter or margarine.. All'dues and proceeds Society, December 22-24, in St. Nazareth. 867-2136
softened equipment for the ican City daily; Dr. Mario Fontana ST. PETERSBURG
and cranberries purchase
or Michael Church. Father John which will have
1/! cup sugar the Pope's physician.Also The stamps,
climb up a ladder to hang a 1 egg school. Zeller C.PP.S. will conduct the values of 15, 25, 70 and 160
=- glimmering star high on the 1 teaspoon vanilla Archbishop E n no
devotions. lire respectively, will be put
2-1/2:! cups sifted allpurposeflour St. CharlesA AUTOMATIC
= Dante of the papal Enjoy
: === tree. As you trim the tree into circulation the same dayas
; 1/! teaspoon sail Christmas pageant entitled masters of ceremonies; and "Keep-Filled"
the Pope leaves for Jerusalem -
1 cup rolled oats (quick or old "The Blue Veil," directed by Coming Monsignor Vito Gemmiti, the
fashioned uncooked) January 4.Edouard DELIVERYPhone
BLUE RIBBON JACKSON'S i/: cup crushed peppermint Mrs. Raymond Olech, was presented master of ceremonies assignedto

candy December 15 at 8 p.m. Pope Paul when he came :

FINANCING SHOESladies' Heat oven to. moderate in the St. Charles social hall. events to Rome as a CardinalThe St. Pete 898-1111
(350F.). Beat butter until C. Craig
will help you buy or build The story was narrated by Till column 1I-tll future btnt- Pope's personal secretary Clearwater-446-8314

your new home at lowest & Men'; creamy; beat in sugar grad- Charles Houff. The costumedcast fUll, special' meetings' and event Father Pasquale Macchi, Contractor and Distributorfor

cost. Put him to work for you. Clinic Miller ually. Blend in egg and va included George Tozzi as of\. more notice than of local regular Interest.meetings' AAanre will go along, as will his valet, FiU1.0iJ Jo,

.. First Federal Savings Vitality-Weyenberg nilla.salt; Sift gradually together flour add and to the merchant, A. P. Massaroas will be omitted.' Vikon Metal, Ceramicand

And Loan AssociationOf Cushioned .Bellaires creamed mixture Joseph, and Mrs. William Living Crib scene, St. An. Mosaic Tiles OLDEST end LARGESTIN

St. Petersburg 641 Central Ave. 862-1355 Stir in oats and, beatingwell. pepper Lindsey as Mary. drew Church grounds, December Congress approves 9l7-94rhSt.Sc. 347-4101 PINELLASPhone

Fifty voices of the combined 19 through 22, 7:30
mint candy. Chill dough thor
I I oughly. Women's Glee Club and the p.m. to 8 p.m., St. Andrew bracero extension

FREE 24-HOUR Church groups, sponsors.
St. Charles men's choir
Roll dough to 1/8-inch pro
sale December
Bake and -
candy ,
thickness on board or can- vided the music for the. pro- senate has approved and sent
6 Ambulance ServiceThis 22, Tampa's St. Law
The chorus was under
vas dusted with gram.
con- hall. to President Lyndon B. John
community service offers: Trained fectioners' Cut with the direction of Dr. Raymond rence social I
sugar. extension of the
son a one-year
Attendants Oxygen Equipped Ambu- Olech. New Year's dance, December
floured 2-1/2-inch round cut.
CALL-any time lances Anywhere in City Without 31, Sacred Heart parish controversial Mexican farm
of day or obligation. ter. Place on greased cooky Dancing to the music of the Jacksonville.Bake labor program amid indicationsthat

sheets. Bake in preheatedoven Joseph Krusienski Band fol sale, St. Peter parish this may be its last leaseon

; night C. E. PREVAil MEMORIAL (350F.) for 8 to 10 lowed. Refreshments were hall, January 5, DeLand.Women's life.

342-8821 801- 59th St. No. HOME minutes. CooL served by Mrs. Charles Houff BT. PETERSBURG REACH
of .recollection
day The senate approved the extension 75th ATC. .. Golf Bird. TRUST
Frost with white confectioners and her committee. Mrs. Rich
Good Shepherd Church, 860-5881 Tear Account Intnrcd by F.D.I.C. RERVICB
sugar frosting. Be- ard Rupp made the unusual on December 4 by a
Orlando, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., January
P4. fore frosting sets, make several decorations and was chairmanof vote of 50 to 36. The house voted -
For Clubs 11.Dessert. For Religious Gifts
lines across each frost the evening.St extension October 31 by 173-:
card party,St Ann
ed cooky with thin red con 158. p.ow .
: For Holy Named fectioners' AndrewSt. Guild, DeBary January 16. 1be
Ham dinner, Ascension The program, under which
Breakfast Then lightly draw a toothpick Andrew parish is present brae- "
Catholic Women's Guild, Mexican workers called ,
d back and forth across ing a living crib this ( Ii
.; scene sponsor, January 18, Eau eros are imported to work on
For Church the lines to give a pretty .
on the church
year grounds, GalUe. United States farms, has long
: Gatherings swirled look. Makes 4 dozen December 19 through 22 from Card party, entertainment, been a target of criticism by snoP :

.. cookies. 730; to 8:00: pjn. In charge of January 20, 8 p.m., Army church and labor groups.In u a

Can . :, the performance is Mrs. H. Reserve Center, West 44th .
Henry. The members of St. September the Catholic of :;
Street, Jacksonville; Holy Petersburg
: Bishops' committee for migrant .
Andrew Ladies Guild are making "

WJsterDONUT DELTA S. the costumes. The Holy Rosary Luncheon benefit., January 25, ViI. workers called it "a thoroughlybad 656 Central Ave. ;C"

piece of legislation. Phone 824-6101
Society members will la Nova Restaurant, Winter
or Just drop In anytime
participate on Thursday
Park, St. Margaret Mary Critics of the program claimit
'. Pasadena Ave. 341-7041 34th St., 898-4343
the Catholic youth group on Guild -.5 i
Women's sponsor. exploits the Mexicans and

; / Friday, the Scouts on Saturday Entertainment, dessert and puts American farm workers at

.. St. Petersburg and the school children on coffee, January 30, 7:30 p.m., a disadvantage by forcing themto A

Sunday. Ridgewood recreation center, with who
Cost Free. Checking compete foreigners
; 4645 9th Street, North
Cub Scout troop No. 53, benefit Blessed Sacrament are able to work for lower

Accounts under the direction of Robert parish of Largo (Seminole). wages.

Schekckler. will hold a Christmas Benefit Morning Star School, '

: Available HEINZEN'UJ party in the church hall February 11, 8 p.m. Cherry Although the bracero program -
11W been extended
on Monday, December 23. Plaza: hotel, Orlando. has now
& }) until December 31, 10&4 backers fj
They will assemble at 630> p jn.
Accounts May in both houses of congress
at the church and go carolingin Indicated during debate that J.. 1 ___ ;
: Opened By Mail SERVICEFKEC trucks in the area. ,aw "v ..
".. this -would be the last Use .
t., .. :.ricsrr VXXIVXXT : .The January :meeting of the they: would, seek its extension. a b ta m'siI f .UFvv(

THE NATIONAL BANK ttth *U'*. IttfcAr .> St. Andrew jGuild will, have, frlohpmaa.Mk'vL

... p as its special guest., Orlando, They said they were opposing
: an.1UIUK
< .
rp.ae Central Deanery President, an immediate cutoff of the
: 100 G7E% "TAXI'S Mrs JoelBayers- of IwjrtonaBeacfa. program because this -would

Member F.D.i.C. Mb.$t. & }.tk A... S+ All the women' of the not give farmers time to adjust

: GREATER WEST ST. PETERSBURG'S LEADING BANK i 1.MJ.: XM-4US -parish are Invited.: V to its end. ,........,. I d-.m ....,...,... c,;,.,.

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address to Council f .v9. X ', :- w Fa

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FOLLOWING is a transla- human nature, of the title of olic religious training that we sider us worthy to praise thee, ,

address of the Mother of God. do not need to spend words to 0 holy Virgin.

Pope Paul VI at the basilicaof Here, therefore, Our stepsare make them alive and unani- :Mary, look upon us your '

Santa Maria Maggiore in guided and Our soul is mous in our- hearts.' The -simple sons; look, upon us, brothersand
filled with devout fervor the 'words is. disciples apostles and
Rome delivered in Italianon by _saying:' ,
the anniversary of our council, enough. '.*.-.' continuers of Jesus. Make us V
the October 11 feast of
by the coincidence of its open- conscious of our vocation and
the Maternity of the Blessed AVe intend to render honor
ing with the centuries-old mem- our mission. Make us worthy
to the most blessed Mary. It is
Virgin Mary, commemorating ory of the Council of Ephesus, of receiving in our Priesthood, e t

the first anniversary of which a Roman Pope, Sixtus honor due her by virtue of:the_ in our words, in offering our y ed

the opening of the Second III, chose to be commemoratedin excellence of her being and_ of lives for the faithful assignedto
her mission singular!! honor,
Vatican Council. the beautiful and still-bril ; us, the representation, the
honor honor that is
Venerable Brothers and dear liant mosaic in this basilica superior personification of Christ. You,
never equal to that which God
est faithful: which is rightly called Major 0 full of grace, assure that z w '

We will explain why we are (greater). himself Rate her and which that Priesthood which honors rrR

here gathered today.It the divine plan placed upon you may be saintly and im 1

has been suggested to Us Veneration givenHere her. maculate.

by the venerable Fathers of therefore, the most spe- It is honor which she her

the council from Germany cial veneration given to Mary self foresaw when she pre Protection soughtO *' a 1, ,.ctzi t M

and may this be said to their calls us to Mary to whom dicted that all' generationswould Mary, we pray you for our :

praise and as a thank you- faithful Rome, knowing her call her blessed; honor Christian brothers still sep-

that It would have been a very powerful and maternal love, that does not forget her humility arated from our Catholic fam- 'That.. blessed land. whence. Peter set forth'. I
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good Idea if We celebrated the chose to give the grateful and as a creature, as she is
ily. You see how a glorious "
In his closing talk to the Vat- has returned. The Pope's pious den of Gethsemane at the left of
anniversary of the Second Vatican and she herselfto
glorious title of "Salus populi- as proclaims celebrates with
of them
t t Ecumenical Council group ican Council, Pope Paul VI revealedhis journey, January 4-6, to the Holy the church; and the Mount of
romani" Saviour of the Roman be, nor does it ignore the faith and love veneration.You .
< which opened, as we all remember people. bottomless abyss of the divine see how in your other groups, wish to.,go to Palestine in, Jan- Land as a pilgrim will take him to Olives, upper left, whence He

under the auspices of And here too We wish to transcendency which only so steadfast to call them- uary. He said, "We shall see that Jerusalem's landmarks (above), ascended into heaven.

Our late lamented predecessorJohn render to Mary with Our hum adoration can bridge; honor selves Christians, your memo blessed land whence Peter set forth the Franciscan "Church of All Na-

XXIII of .happy memory ble presence' and Our' devout that becomes enthusiastic and ory and your veneration' is and where not one of his successors .tions" 'at the lower right; the gar-

last year on this very date. prayer the homage of our ecstatic when we admire how dawning.most beautifully. Call

I The date was chosen with council just at the momentin God Himself wanted to cross all these'sons of yours together DAYTONA BEACH

reference to the Divine :Maternity : the present second session, this bottomless abyss to be- with us to the same unity udder Modern media methodsto

of the most blessed it is going to pronounce the come man and, in humanity, your maternal and heavenly PRINTING I I

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claimed the
personal unity of the Church. shall with Saint
say world that turns its back on
State his to the Land.
during Matters
flight Holy
Christ as the onlybegottenWord We shall say nothing of her Efrem, the Easten 4th century the light of Christ and then is
of God, made man, and this Our act of immediate decision will not have to wait even until his
now, although poet of Mary: "Blessed be you, afraid and weeps in the frightful I "SAM SMALL'S"Italian

consequently there results the deep and filial piety makes us Mary, because the Holy Spirit shadows which it thus flight .of two and 'a half .anfxtpr............... pVioir.......u "pano'"U 1-1.... .Q.cat..... .ilnwn...."u and American Food Auto Paint & BodyKxpcrt
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proclaiming in litanies, in sing worthy of receiving the salu- May your sweet and human disposition aboard the Alitalia 'of the section.. ; Banquet Facilities Work

ing her praises. May Mary tation of the Father through voice, 0 most beautiful among (Italian Airlines) DC-8 jet that Closed Mondays .

Daytona Beach hear these praises in our hearts Gabriel. Blessed be you who virgins, 0 most worthy among will take him to the Jordanian of Cardinals and other members ANT A T\K* LOWS TAINTED

mothers, 0 blessed all capital of Amman. A similar the papal party will occupy S mat of
and may she listen to them have been the vehicle (of among SAN REMORESTAURANT

while we are reciting them in Christ) for Whom your knees women, invite the world's gazeto linkup will be installed in the class what section.No is usually. _the tourist ( enaniflno vaunt) $4995

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not been specially chosen, and
it has, a meaning of 0 Mary, behold the Church, Give the world the true blazoned with the white, red will remain the same as those I .

honor and veneration,.a meaning behold the most responsible knowledge of its existence. and green flag of Italy and the who would normally fly that "FOURTH GENERATION JEWELERS -SINCE 1881"

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ness function have your humanity. See to it, 0 ness and of using these gifts wants a companion near
from 10 to 11 p.m., EST, on
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January: 6, the same day
Welcome Travelers and His in defining itself, acknowledges Priests saidto
{ the world peace. visits Bethlehem. The broad-
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loving plan of salvation. Con
1 till Mirth of !M. Bremlani Church, Pope Paul VI. has said. |
LONDON (XC)-A center for j 'AANb J
I 1500 Ocean Hiore RI d. The Pontiff granted a special I' fPY"" --

EMBERSImperial OR 7-9610 Ormond Reach More lay teachers, trend audience in the Vatican's Clem London's'and the 15,000 thousands resident of Spaniards others j: Q Holly Hill Flower Shop |;

entine Hall for participants, in ,. ; ) Wreaths- Door Swathes- r.i1
who come here from Spain :
I for grade school staffs the International Congress of Christmas Decorations
House Furniture Books each year is being ,established : ; [
Cards Psychiatry, in progress in WE USE FRESH GREENS
Greeting under the direction of Father i iIJ
ASIIINGTON (NC-Lay) teachers in the Catholic Rome.

I 1930 S. Atlantic i LLOYD COX grade schools in the United States now make up 32 per Manuel Herranz C.M. i Flowers Wired Anywhere f\!
Speaking of the Church'sown A large grant is expected :'
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loving interest in those from the Spanish government ;'tefe&z..&z* _"lT7171717_ "-.s.--.s."lT_.!__(T"lT_1.-"lT-.!.- _.._..-_!.T-'.
, 2-3473 This compares with 9 per cent 10 years ago. who suffer emotional illnesses, to help pay for the center,

Daytona Beach 118 North Beach Street The Diocese of St Augustine, according to the report, he told the psychiatrists that which will include a chapel PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES
t with 50 per cent lay teachers in grade schools, is one of "by giving your highly meritorious library, recreation hall and _

i five U. SS. dioceses with half help to the sick' you become conference rooms.POWDER v -.
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DAYTONA or more lay teachers on elementary her collaborators. CONTACT ARTIFICIAL
Prices Southern India .
The Pope continued:
These figures are reportedby keeps the Faith "It is true that today the PUFF

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I CITY (XC)-Pope console souls before the mystery 3.2813 DAYTONA
Selection article in the current (Novem of pain through spiritual Silver Blendingand
SHOWROOMSRobert Paul VI, receiving India's
\ Quality Furniture ber) issue of the Bulletin of help and above all through the Tinting
the National Catholic Educational Syro-Malabar Rite Bishops the Helen 31. Prhrenk, OR 7-IJ1J
.;' L. White Pres. superhuman force of the sacra- S. M. Carlton (notin )
Association.The day after the conclusion of the ments, is entrusted predomin- 10 80.tI.ntl Ormond Reach Fuel Oil Co.

Municipal Airport Off Highway 92 highest ratio of lay Second Vatican Council's sec- antly to the Church and her Opp klt. Coquina Hotel For
I teachers in the nation is 60 ond session, recalled ''how ministers. D

Building'After per cent found in both New Or steadfastly the early Christiansof "But this does not mean you Kerosene Fuel Oil Delivery
leans and Baton Rouge. The should feel exempt from the
India kept their Faith despite v v vv
other dioceses, besides St. Augustine responsibility of being the DIAL 252-3619
reported to have more the many difficulties
brothers of your patients always 6
than 50 cent of the grade placed in their way."
RESTAURANT per and everywhere your
FRED'S Serving the Halifax Area for Over 30 Years
school teaching staff made up Archbishop Joseph Par e- patients' bedsides and in your
v v 5. Milton Carlton. Owner
I Western Steals-Sea Foods-Chicken-Chops of lay people are: cattil of Ernakulam, earlier demanding academic studies. /
Lafayette, Louisiana, 52 per 416 Charles St. Port OrangeFor
' "That is to be brothers in
Complete menu for your dining pleasure had addressed the Pope on be- ,
and El Paso Texas 51
cent per
Dinners from $1.00 Carry Out and Pick-up orders half of the Syro-Malabar hier the Christian and human sene,
cent.The brothers who suffer with the v i v

Open Daily: 6:00 A.M. to 10:00 P.M. diocese::; reported to have archy. suffering, who share in the joy

! the lowest ratio of lay teachers '"Our Church traces its origin of recovery and offer a heart Fine Ladies' Specialties See

ROSS EMBRY Mgr. Worcester, Massachusetts, tot h e apostolate of St. that loves, understands and FLORIDA IS FULl

PHONE 672-0855 152 W. GRANADA with 7 per cent. Thomas," said Archbishop gives aid with inexhaustible OF DANDEE MOMS MARIO PALLADINOAT .. t

Mr. Pflaum says that in the ParecatteL compas ion."

there "After having passed -
1962-63 school year were --
lET teachers in Catholic through several vicissitudes in I
I 111,312 Floyd J. Tredway'sDaytona
MILT FOX schools, 35,571 of the course of centuries, but
elementary Moving & Storage Co. BRAZELL'S DRESS SHOP -
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t The next year that figure apostolic see, our Church now DAYTONA DELAXD =

t Car Troubles dropped to 75,741, he says. stands out as one of the most 110 So. Campbell-CL 3-1636 560 So. Bird,-RE 4-5587 Lingerie Sweaters, Skirts Dresses 1

BRAKES RELINED flourishing Christian commun- ":, ....
, This drop took place he ;- Misses from
AUTOMATICTRANSMISSIONS_ ities not only among those of 6 to 20

I Fox J" -. : ..... ', notes number, even of religious though the teachers total the Oriental rites but also of BOYETiE, Juniors from 5 to .15
j ; tt.-:= 7.IIt" REPAIRED, the entire Church." r ; r! ;;

::' > "l J!: ; Member: St. .Pauls did not decrease.In He said about 1000 Oriental- Awning &Venetian Blind Co.

\ ;0, pfone-CL 3-6605: 1962'he says, the numberof Rite Priests from southern India S yr. Bonded CL 2-6034 Guarantee Sites from. 10 20 and 38. 44 All Nationally Known Brands

: S Sisters totaled 173,351, as are working 1 n foreign CL, 2.5061 622 Seabreeze Blvd.S .
1829 No. ,Nova Rd.-Holly HiD 112| | Madison Avenue
i compared to 168,527 in 1960. missions of the Latin Rite.



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asks God's world

I Catholic Comment Everlasting loss of God's Meditate on Christmas message I

: love is anguish of damned the dark of the first Is a time when we just- look
I Christmas dream : : < : Christmas the bookor
a come'true <: ': morning, at God. Without prayer

'.r'D' 0 you really think God shepherds showed a remark- rosary beads we just lookat

: able responsiveness to God's God-and listen.If .
EVEN with some abuses, which hearts of men for 365 days. a year have created such a as monster sickening as to invitation. "Let us go over to Father we make an annual retreat,

brings, it still continuesto rather than just one day. masterpiece of horror as hell a Bethlehem and see this thing Leo J. we know that this is an ideal

be for many the happiest day of Christmas shows what men can for the everlasting torment of that has come to pass which Tre5eSum time for sharpening the ears

the year: the Christmas Mass; the be like when they turn to the thingsof all who do not obey him to the Frank J. the Lord has made known to of the soul. However, once a

joy in the faces of the youngsters; God. letter?" Sheedgates us," they said; and hastened ;year is not enough-and oncea

a the friendliness of neighbors; the Christmas is a time when we all What in fact do we know off to seek their newborn day is not too often. An excel.

many signs of appreciation all live in a proper dream world for one about the sufferings of hell? Saviour.As lent time and place for this at-

crowd much joy into 24 hours. Even day. Christians are by nature great .. There is Dante, of course; we meditate on this pas- tentiveness to God is the empty
but he got the general idea anda sage, we scarcely can escapea church; perhaps five or ten
joy of receiving Holy Communionis dreamers. Great missipnaries dream'of cover how few of our thoughtsand
of shame
lot of the details of feeling our own minutes on our way home from
increased immensely on this day. the when all -
day men will be fol- resolutions have
in sprung
sluggishness responding to work, or at least after Mass on
from a book called the
The entire world seems to call an lowers of Christ. The Church dreamsof Apoc- and streets of gold tell the urgings of God's voice spontaneously from ourselves.The Sunday.Our .

armistice to the cold and the hot the day when Christ will truly rule alypse three hundred of Paul-written years after two St.or us the reality of heaven. These within us. Because, let us makeno sad thing is that God own room at home can

wars. It is a day when people do the world. The Scripture writers Paul's death condemned by represent glory, fire and worm mistake God does speak to speaks to us much oftener than be a citadel of quiet, too. There

count their blessings and give very dreamed of the day of the second St. Augustine, and never accepted represent pain. What pain do each of us, time and time again. we hear Him. with door shut we can sit and

little thought to their hardships. coming of Christ. Christmas itself is by the Church. It seems they represent? True, He does not speak to us One reason for this is that look at the crucifix and say,

There is no one who would not a fulfillment of the dreams of the also that the non-Scriptural Upon that the Church's offi- through a visible emissary as some times we do not want to with the child Samuel, "Speak,

like the spirit of Christmas to per- great prophets of the Old Testament writings of the Rabbis were cial teaching is as sparing of He spoke to the shepherds.That hear Him. We are afraid that Lord, for thy servant heareth."
details as Scripture: fire tor
vade the entire year. Christmas does Christmas is a day when dreamers sometimes garnished with their ment-that is all it has to say. was a special message what God is trying to say may There will be times almost

give a grand idea of what impact can say the world's fondest authors' inventions of what But it does lead us to see deeper which God wanted all the cost us something in the way certainly, when nothing happens

Christ could have on the world if the dream has come true-God has come they themselves would do to into the reality of hell all world to hear. of sacrifice. We ignore God'svoice when God seems silent:
if God. as a small child will but it is worth many such
sinners were
true of they
spirit Christ ruled over the to live with us. the same. For it draws a distinction -
i For His personal communi- ignore his mother's call to din periods of silence to be alert
But none of this is God's.Let between pain of loss
cations to you and to me, God ner or to bed. and listening when God does
us concentrate upon what and of
pain sense.
does not set the night sky on More often, perhaps, God speak.On .
has. ThereIs
Scripture actually And the theolo-
Sacred Scripture increasingly fire. Gently and softly He In- cannot make Himself heard
not a great deal of it, andit gian has seen pain of loss-the Christmas we shall follow
I timates to our mind and heart because His voice cannot pen.
lacks the lusciousness of separation from God-as tower- the shepherds In spirit, as they
His will for us. A thought etrate the noise of our activity.
Dante and the rest. all else. Go back to hasten Bethlehem in searchof
ing over to
;f Lord's wrath incurred bv mockers Matthew 2541. forms "I really ought to do Inspirations of grace usuallyare their Saviour.

I - What Our Lord has to say thus and so." An impulse stirs very lowke'ed.'e haveto

I : and time again have been angry; rally us! of hell is linked with Gehenna.In The essential suffering of "I must do It. I shall." listen for them.It We, each of us, have our own

I TIME Israel's h i story 0 Under the common figureof the Sermon on the Mount hell is", one that men are to This let us remember is a is notable that the only Journey to make, the journeyto
share with the devil and his reality of spiritual life. It is Bethlehem
our own our
God came to the aid of he describesthe
earthquake He says that the::: man who denizens of Bethlehem! who
His beleaguered people. He Father terrifying destruction of angels. not mere poetic imagery. The own search for Christ, our
_'- '- calls his trother "Fool" shall heard the angels on Christmas
had chosen them to play a key John J. \ the city. The people are in a be liable to the "Gehenna of But these are sheer spiritsnot term, "voice of God, is a morning were the shepherds, own discovery of our part In
it is what
role in the drama of man's salvation S state of utter shock metaphor; we commonly God's plan. It is only on such
stumbling fire" (Matthew 5,22)); and the even disembodied for they secluded and silent under the
and it was Important Castelotpunished. about as if they had drunk only images we ever hear Him never were embodied. What term an inspiration of stars. journeying and in such seeking
that be wine. grace. that we shall find security,
they protected. drugged
use for hell-worms and fire- suffering is to be common to
''I- For spiritual health and of mind and happiness.
But God needs peace
really no one
both belong to Gehenna. These inspirations of grace
both them and men?
In the second stanza we getGod's must absolutely Our is longer than
progress we we -
nation. No
; -no person, no one Evidently we must look Surely it is contained in Our are a necessary consequence orGod's
answer to the prayer. must find in lives that of the shepherds. It
our some
can ever say, "I am essentialto closely at it. The word is the Lord's opening words-"Depart infinite love for us.
the out of God's These warnings quiet moments for God. We stretches through ;years, and
carrying they
This Is a promise of future Greek form of the Valley of from me." Alike for angels and
work. Therefore I can do greeted with mocking disdain. restoration, in which He as- Hinnom which was just out- for men separation constitutes He simply will not leave us must "go into the hill country" the route is not quite the same
to flounder about ourselves. from time to time where in for two of Somehowwe
pretty much as I please with Really, it was quite silly to sures the psalmist that He will side Jerusalem. by any us.

I out incurring His wrath." think that God would destroyHis once again claim the various Centuries earlier pagan Invaders hell.The hellishness of hell is the Some day, in heaven, we shall peace and quietude, God's must manage to listen to

The Israelites did adopt an own holy city, His own districts of the country as His had used it for an altarto loss of God, because God madeus see in its fullness the part that voice can be heard-the inspi- God's voice; we must learn
1 God has had in lives. We rations of rise to the from Him the next
house the temple His chosen our grace can step on
attitude of this sort in the own and also subdue the neigh- Moloch, with children cast for union with Himself. He
be humbled then to dis- surface of consciousness. This the .
course of time. They grew people.In boring hostile lands (Moab, living into the furnace in that made us with powers to take may way.December

quite smug and complacent in 587 B. C. they learned Edom Philistia.) unspeakable god's honor. Because hold of Him, and with needs to

the knowledge that they possessed how tragically wrong they had In the third, the psalmist resumes of this foulness, the Jews drive us to use those powers and substance
the true religion and his for to used the vast rub-
been. plea escape a place as a because only in God can those

that the temple of the one true place of refuge. He acknowledges bish dump, with fires always needs be met. The body needs I

: God crowned the hill of Jerusalem. The armies of Babylon con- the fact that all human burning to consume the refuse food and water, and without Council's record dispels gloomFather

quered Jerusalem, wrecked the resources have failed and that and worms fattening on what- them the man will suffer the

city, burned the temple to the God alone can save them. ever was edible. torments of hunger and thirst. -
; In their complacency they ground and drove the greater The very last verse of the needs the closing days of the 4. But If he had doneso
But the whole man IN
became overconfident. But God had other at
plans session of the Council he would probably be ac.
part of the population into Book of Isaias uses Gehennaas God. The need can be masked ,

While giving lip-service to exile. This! would seem to be the moment. a figure of what happens to here on earth by all sorts of !, the pessimists had a field cused of Influencing the mindof

Yahweh, offering all the pre- the dark background of psalms The people had to taste the God's enemies "their worm substitute interests and activi- day. They wrung their handsin the Bishops in matters on

scribed sacrifices, and paying 59. hitter ashes of defeat in orderto shall not die and their fire shall ties, but after death it must be anguish and complainedthat which they had not yet voted.In .

f all the prescribed tithes they The author cries to God for learn the lesson that one not be quenched." faced-this world is left behind the Council was endingin John B. ,1 other words, that he was

I lived in almost total disregard some avenue of escape from does not sin with impunity, In the ninth chapter of St. and eternity is too long disaster. They claimed that pressuring them to vote as he

I of His moral law. He sent the disaster, acknowledging at no matter who he may be. Mark's Gospel we find Our for substitutes. Pope Paul VI had switched ShccrlnThe wanted them to vote.

11 prophet after prophet to warn the same time that it has hap- They had to be purified in the Lord using that phrase of sides and was now in the campof Secondly, h e undoubtedlyfelt

them that they were heading pened because of His just fires of exile in order to be Isaias three times. But only AH the needs in man that the reactionaries and that he that religions liberty and

1 for disaster. anger: worthy to fulfill the destiny as- for the imagery. It was not the only Cod can meet will be as was planning to terminate the the Jews are two topics that

In His justice He simply O God, you have rejected us signed them in the divine planof refuse-heap of the Valley of clamorous as the body's need whole Council. --- need more prolonged, dKcnv
here for food and drink: unmet The powerful minority In Bishops approved the lit
could not let their sins go un- and broken our defenses; you salvation. Hinnom that he had in mind. ion before the Bishops will be
those needs will mean an the theological commission, according urgy schema which calls for a
Just before his death for the guish. to the calamity howl- thorough and radical reform of In a position to Tote on them.

world's redemption He woke ers, had prevailed upon Pope the whole liturgy. The Holy The Council Fathers were assured
i Michael (Matthew 25,41) of the fire in That anguish does not strike Paul to take no action with Father then ratified and pro that the two chapters
Father V. Gannon
the imagination like lakes of
( r' which the damned will be. regard to the statement on the mulgated the schema. would definitely be discussedat
Mission of Nombre De Dios burning pitch; but it has its
Jews or the chapter on religious the next session. "What is
Secondly the Bishops
by an
It is "the everlasting fire that own worse horror-worse if
L l liberty. Now we find off said Cardinal "is
put Bea,
overwhelming majority, declared
was prepared for the devil and only because believable. Why
I that same pessimism comingout themselves in favor of not put away." When religious
his earlier fire
: angels" an does God not meet the needs
QRGAt cl1apt6Rs in than that of Hinnom's valley! and end the anguish? There is in some of the secular the collegiality of Bishops and liberty, for instance, is up fora
: press summaries of the session.As session it will
instructed the theological commission vote next certainly -
Gehenna's fire, like Gehen- a depth of darkness here.

flOP1O a catholic history na's worm, has the value of One thing is certain, namely to the Pope's true feel to prepare a schema be approved.Is .

imagery: but what is able to men's refusal of God. It is ings, about the faith of the that would embody the main there a danger that the

torment bodiless spirits is something deeper than partic- Bishops, we might consult the principles of collegiality. will of the Bishops betweennow

Chapter 32 woods to crop-raising fields to have thus become very settled, something other. Our minds ular breaches of His law. The line in his closing talk on December Again, the vote on the ecumenism and the third session may

acorn gathering sites.A then to begin the preaching. must not be tied to Hinnom's lost are what they are because 4 in which he said: schema has not yet be frustrated? I think Pope
the main obsta- rubbish dump.It have chosen been taken but there is no Paul has eliminated any fear
PROBABLY they self and will
the Jesuit Rood statement of the problem "Unless this is done, although does not tell us the realityof not have God. And self is not "Let us rejoice my Brothers, question about the mind of the on that score by saying in his
missionaries who struggled to was sent by Father Juan religious remain hell, any more than pearly enough. for when was the Church ever Bishops for they have voted to I closing: discourse that the commissions .
among them for fifty ;years, so aware of herself, so in love accept the schema as a work will prepare the

bring Christianity to the Indians Kogel to Spain on December they will have no more fruit with Christ, so blessed, so united ing basis for discussion.It schema for the next session"in

of Florida was the migra- 9, 1370; : than we in our four years Washington lefferNeed so willing to imitate Him is true that Pope Paul did accordance with the mind

tory character of these primitive "In order to obtain fruit in among them which is none at so ready to fulfill His mission not mention religious libertyor I of the Fathers as expressed

peoples.The the blind and sad souls of these all, nor even a hope, nor the for nation The record of the second session the Jews or even collegiality I especially in the general congregations.
seen to
missionaries had difficulty provinces, it is necessary first semblance of it. is far from disappointing. by name in his closing talk on I ."

keeping track of the various of all to order the Indians to In September of 1870 Father

tribes, who moved con- come together, and live in Batista de Segura, Jesuit superior encourage all educationmanpower

stantly from place to place according towns and cultivate the earth in Florida, traveled north Question box
with another Priest, three nov than argue what with 16
to the seasons or hunt collecting sustenance for the RATHER years or

ing conditions from pine entire ;year; and after the yI ices, and three Brothers to establish be given to more of education. In less thana .

a mission at a site near what institutions the country decade jobs in this category offensive trash
I the present day city of Fred- would be well advised to en- grew from 4.5 to 7.5 million. H

ericksburg, Virginia. courage all legitimate schools We must have more tech-
M. J. Murray Q. Do parents have an obligation parents. In the world in whichwe can use material evil to pro-
I and urge pupils to stay in nical and semi professional
: Even at this point on the con to remote from magazines live, which has so many duce ultimate good. As for the
them as long as possible. workers with one to three
tinent of "La Florida" and those pernicious influences an evil God
success"' newspapers people, gives them
but true This is an Implication of a years of education beyond high
Strange eluded the zealous men of God. pictures and articles that wouldbe attempt at censorship can reward here, for whatever
little known
government studyto school. Jobs in this category
"I dangerous to the faith or never by so complete or effec- good they may do-since they
The adventure ended in which attention was recent- have increased 40 per cent in
Copyright, 19G3, NCWC News Service trag-- morals of their children? tive as the positive approacha won't get reward hereafter.
I edy. On February 4 and 9 of ly directed. Attention comes at the last decade. sound training which can

4 7' n.r (,, BUILT w NAPLES,ITALY ltl1'UrJ71.1com.uY,1\US1S 1871 only five months after the a time when powerful groupsin Today, in the greater A. Isn't this an impossible resist the temptations against
I ) j ,.MfLi-THE M0>r ttAflOR/Ut: AND mission began, the missionarieswere scattered actions round the part of the country, even factory task in view of the current
i faith or morals.Q. .
..' J.4 .rAhuxjJCaoiMmcvoRtA45FTI
.. .A'fi... -,f J. I mri'1 is LON j.27 fr 4IIGH,IT INCLUDES massacred by the Indians country have returned to vigorous jobs are closed to persons state of even respected publi-
." I Sth (4 : ,, T.IIIYt'ETAILS SUCH AS LOAVES they had come to help. attacks upon any school without high school education. cations? If Dhine Providence Is

,.4 .'I,::: -b-1 !f\J;: :- !:L4 ..If.' AHO lNDI\1DUAL.Eo6S IN A The martyrs' aid to church-related institu- *This trend wil continue. just, why do the good often
J ;;.t, ,.,. .. "6- i, BASKEr EACH CARVED names were Even the advertisementshave
'l ;7 tT ,.tt'nu'c t) Is Fathers tions. suffer misfortunes and the
Segura and Luis de It used to be said that democ- pictures that offer unhealthy
?1 ',, ft\1 : { A'I ON1Nlt.zmMc.b1' wicked enjoy and
.\\ Quiros, and Brothers Gabrielde The is of -acy requires education; we Incitement to some
study a
A.;_ &. .. h Solis Juan Batista need honor?
ttLo III!' \ -., Mendez, commerce projection of the na an enlightened citizenryto persons-and sometimes even
; -i f "r! ., Pedro de Linares' ', Sancho'Le- tion's economy to the end of maintain the eternal vigil- 'to most people. When there k A. This Is a question wbich

I.'i' r J1 i-." "J1 J... -; ,; ballos, Gabriel Gomez, and this decade. ance which is the price of free- ;an article or picture that is ,often arises. With our on
'h. eyes
( j. ; g ; +> .ury TrloJ.y
Cristobal Redondo. lorn. offensive it might
11 11'-.t .-:, \1100' j X unusually :\the next world, we should remember FLORIDA CATHOLIC PRESS !ne
1. .. -J "' ( The only survivor of the It was made for a senate be better to discard the issue
!' i
: that the misfortunesand P.O. Des I5J1
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; "t I 443$
if' "t I.-... Xoiv it i 1'bt'in said that \ve'need ,
; f'' f --: :. ..' r t\,, ..... I massacre to tell the tale was a subcommittee studying unemployment better educated 'before it comes into the hands ; satisfactions of this life 112 Eut rolonl.1 llrlrc
I I ;}O, ::L ,: f -'toIit' '", ''''L little Indian boy named Alonso, in depth. 'Broadly, it a population of susceptible children. Or Undo. ri.ri ':.L ; r n.;,! i(T., -. ...] Tkf 8SAUJIFVL LCGfNDOf just to maintain our 1 ;are not real or lasting and that
'MI 2t ;f "'; .>> -ILJ: A.? CHRISTMAS KKHAO Et who had accompanied the missionaries showed farmworkers laborers Simply to cut out the offending 1 they cannot be a gauge ofGOd'S Subscription In 1,8.and Canada
Ii \..{ 4r.l TlTMSrt place in the world. $UtO per ,year other countries
t : 4 will suffer declinesin
: p =: to from and the like
H. ;[1 ;;j : Virginia [ part might serve only to ( justice. .oo.
;: .
.'n ?. ':' l- \ }, '"' ifi AT'b' LEHd.t III ANSWER 70 Santa Elena (Hilton Head, demands for their services Secretary Hodges said "auto- .whet curiosity. A letter of pro- Factually, no. sinner has The Florida Catholic is a number

N.ffi Y.tOJ/: JU&fWRfCRDFA POO R South Carolina). and that clerical, technical and mation is the challenge to i test to the editor might prevent i real or true happiness, for the of the Catholic Press Association
4 f 't; irui ) gr r' Hl'HERDGIRL i'MOI and the National Catholic Welfare
I j i (1' S-v ..f, : ,, MO 6JFT70 8XiG For the Jesuits this was the professional personnel will change," but where readjust- a repetition. i simple reason that his con- Conference New Service. Bopner
t :: 1 1 T:?. lfLy''NFMr.rI find an increasing demand. ments used to be made through A more practical defense s science will allow him no inner and Martin publisher representative. -
., ultimate frustration. Entered an second clata mall
-,-.. Q '' ':l.i' : :) But secretary of commerce generations, today developments ;against such materials Is a i peace. Riches, honors, and under the Act of March 3, U1t.
e.l \ II I\! "'\. ,, ..;. '
::.. ; Luther H. Hodges has said
"t rt -trJR i1K J ':.V' They had no lasting missionto come so rapidly that an ]positive approach-the steady ]pleasures can never give peace

I ...'..0 v.' .- ,,. show for aU their labor.In "the striking feature about individual may have to "adapt j inculcation of training in faith
l : i ...w rJ j :i' "1P.'i6 ,., ,"'".. ..;' ;..:)..;"![ -... l 1572 the Jesuits decidedto these changes In labor' re- and readapt" more than once ;and morals, so that the child Iwill i Is true to say that no one who
rl 'q's t Father Tlaeeat
to" ,
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... lr: J. abandon altogether th,* ,mission quirements is the need to up. in a lifetime. not find a source of sin in 1 ruly loves God Is miserable.rhe Executive Editor

". \ O.CAF..OL.-Nt ow ::, -"""" n- ic. r field of Florida. Tney grade the educational level of He also said automation and 1 what he encounteres every day. conditions_of this life may Editors: )rl.. J.n. QnUa
...".'. '-: ,. .'!.- Kf :' .'. .'.:1"- the labor force." Mark A. JI.U..I,
'Ii I'\E""U- : would not return to Florida technological progress "are essential When an article offensive to 1!>e trying in the extreme, butte
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coming visitFocuses f. .
December 22
y. .4y 4th Sunday of Advent. (Massof

?i. Sunday, Creed, Preface of
attention LandThe
: on. Holy Trinity.)

III MONDAY, December 23
author' of the follow- mounted Into the thousands. He spoke of the "sorrow 900,000 Arab refugees from
Mass of Sunday
( previous ,
ing article, Father John G. About 900,000 Palestinians- which sears our soul at the Palestine-most of whom had
Nolan is assistant Arabs who had centuriesold'roots thought that the blood of found in Lebanon Common Preface.)
secretaryof men refuge
the Catholic Near East in Palestine fled into continues; to flow freely on the Syria, and the Gaza Strip-reproached t : TUESDAY, December 21

Welfare Association, New neighboring Arab states. soil on which Our Saviour, the conscience of the ? ; ;::: /:; Vigil of Christmas. (Mass of

York. He has returned recently These Palestinians are still Jesus Christ, shed His Blood." world. 1 vigil, Creed, Preface of Trin-
refugees and their '
number He urged nations to "give an ity.)
from a 13-month tour { 1i :
has :Most of these refugees had :
increased, with new births, international character to Jerusalem .c > ,
in the Middle East where he I WEDNESDAY, December 25
to 12 million It is estimatedthat left Palestine on short notice, I .. 0< '" > '
and its He ;
vicinity. :
represented the Pontifical half of them are under 17 stressed the necessity of assuring leaving everything behind. Re- .. ;., .-;! f. ,1"'F ;!'< ijt1Ir.; i'IJ'-: Nativity of Our Lord. (Three

Mission for Palestine.He years of age. More than 400,000 "with international duced to beggary in countries ... '. '.. "'. \' / Masses of Christmas.)

reports that United still live in refugee camps provided guarantees both the right to foreign to them, they were In < !t>f .. : : THURSDAY, December 26

t States Catholics have pro by the United Nations.In free access to the holy places desperate need of food, cloth- St. Stephen. (Mass of feast,

vided the Palestine refugeeswith 1947, before the British scattered throughout Palestineand ing, housing and the other Gloria, 2nd prayer of Octaveof

"up to $20-million" in mandate ended, the United Na the freedom of religionand necessities of life. .k,."-.b Nativity, Creed, Prefaceof

money, goods and services tions general assembly had decreed the respect for customs At the request of the Vaticanan Nativity.)

since 1948 and recently the the partition of Palestine and religious traditions.. American Priest, Monsignor Future Priests of Diocese FRIDAY, December 27

Pontifical Mission i i has into a Jewish state and an Thomas McMahon, of New St. John, apostle. (Mass of
Arab state. Seminarians of the Diocese of St. of Bishop Barry High Schoolin
opened a small library in the Bishops1 appealThe York, went to the Middle East ] feast, Gloria, 2nd prayer ofOctave
in 1948 to assess the needs of Augustine studying at the American j St. Petersburg, Frank Smith; secondrow of Nativity, Creed,
old city of Jerusalem, the The UX !stipulated that Jerusalem American Bishops also
t only Catholic public libraryin should be an international appealed for a "real and effect the refugees. Early in 1949, College in Louvain, Belgium, enjoyed ] Daniel Butler, Philip Ganci, Joseph Preface of Nativity.)
through the instrumentality of a visit from Archbishop Joseph P. HurI I lIorrowVilliam Weiskopf and
all Jordan. city, under special in- i v e internationalization of SATURDAY, December 23
Monsignor Giovanni B. Mon- ley the first weekend in December; ]Kenneth Gerken. The Archbishop was
rule. At stake, of Jerusalem and its environs" ina Holy Innocents. (Mass of
tini, now Pope Paul VI, the from left William Bau- route to St. Augustine from attend-
foreground en
course, was the protection of, joint statement in November, feast, 2nd prayer of Octaveof
and the right of free access to, 1950. Holy Father established the man, John Cassady, Archbishop Hur- ;ing the Second Vatican Council. Nativity, Creed, Preface of

OPE Paul VI's an the shrines and holy places. Pontifical Mission for Pale- ley, Father Brendan Lawlor who is Nativity.)
Meanwhile, the plight of stine. NCWC News Service
nouncement of his visit to Jerusalem .Ic.:. sacred, not .rmlw.,....1 -.---------.-.-.-.-.------ -- -------_. ---- SUNDAY, December 29
Jerusalem next month focuses to Christians, but to Moslemsand u. S. Bishop consecratedto Sunday within Octave of
attention on the situation In I
Jews as well. For the Mos- Christmas. (Mass of Sunday,

the Holy Land. lem, Jerusalem is the place Gloria, Creed, Preface of Na-
The Holy Land is .- in Peru missionCOVINGTON
proper from which Mohammed was serve tivity.)
Palestine, a name no longer on .:.
transported into heaven. As >" (
II the map. It disappeared In Kentucky (NC)-"Who will doubt fora
such, it Is the third holiest site ;
: 1948 with the creation of To be ordainedST.
May, of his religion. For the Jew, moment that he needs our help, our prayers, our ma-
the State of Israel. The of Y v Y" fi V,
core Palestine is a promised land, % vJ FM terial assistance, our friendship, our encouragement?" COLUMRAXS, Nebraska
ancient Palestine is the land
and Jerusalem, the city of j said Bishop Richard H. Ackerman of Covington, who delivered (NO-Thirty seminarians will
between the MediterraneanSea
David. ; the Edward L. Fedders vet l he ordained to the Priesthood
sermon as Bishop a
and the Jordan River. ;
Ift December 21, bringing to 856
eran Maryknoll missioner, was consecrated here as
The term "Holy Land" also Sacred shrineFor ; the number of Society of St.
ran apply to an area much I Bishop of a Peru region emI 3ishop Charles H. Helmsing of Columban missionary Priests.

broader than Palestine. It the Christian, Jerusalemand bracing 400,000 people.The Kansas City-St. Joseph. The ordinations will take placein
covers the overall area in other places of Palestineare Ireland,
new Bishop a native of the United States,
which Biblical events took consecrated and set apart has Taking special note of the and Australia.
Covington, spent 19 yearsin
place-present-day Jordan and through association with the M I Peru. Since 1957, h e has new: Bishop's mi, ion area,
Israel, Syria, Lebanon, Turkey,
earthly life of Jesus Christ.
been serving as prelate nul1 1 IShhop Ackermnn said: dies
Iraq, Iran and Egypt. The United Nations partition lius, or acting head, of the Irish Bishop
Prior to World War I, Pales plan, although adopted by a "F our hundred thousand .
Juli prelature in the Andes J T TEn li. XXX( ) -
tine was part of the Ottoman majority of member-nations, Mountains. The ceremony '::out, poor in all things excepthe Bishop William MacNeely of
Empire. In 1920, by a league of has never been realized. The t Grace of Faith infused by
made the who the youngest
W 49-year-old prelate Raphoe, was
nations mandate, the country Palestine of old-part of whichis a Baptism, 30 Maryknoll and 8
I the Bishop of the prelature and member of the Irish episcopatewhen
came under British adminis now in Jordan, part In s + j.1.,:. y. t..v6'i. titular Bishop of Antioch Peruvian: Priests, 33 seminarians he was consecrated 40
tration. The mandate ended !'n and 16 Sisters all dis-
Israel is today an armed ,
Good Samaritan's road to JerichoOur Meandro. years ago, died December 11 at
1948, and the British troops camp, manned by the troops of Tibutetl among 21 parishes, the age of 75.

withdrew. nations technically still at war. Lord chose the road to Jericho scenes pointed out to the travelers in the lIe was consecrated by Bish- j wait with impatient joy the Bishop MacNeely was a parish .

of Thus, the .acre shrines! are (above) as the location for His story of holy places where Christ was born, lived, op John W. Comber M.M., arrival of Bishop Fedders. l curate when he was calledin
History Superior General of Maryknoll,
wars cut off from one another: the Good Samaritan and the man who taught, died and ascended to heaven after and became the 16th living "Vet," he continued, "as different 1923 to head the Donegal

Palestine again became a bat Bethlehem I Is in Jordan, Nazareth "fell in with robbers." This is one of the His resurrection. Maryknoll Bishop and the 21st t; a.. dioceses are in their diocese which has its seat here.
- makeup>> and other aspects, each He was a graduate of the Irish
Is In Israel.
f tlefield. War raged for months in the society's 52 years. CoI
The Reds' lineTruth ]Iti!hop i is confrontedith the College in Rome and had
between the newlyproclaimedstate tourists consecrators at the ceremonyin
Ordinary may pass !.ante problems. served for two years as a
of Israel and the Arab
the Basilica of the Assumption -
from Jordan into Israel (via
with the British
states. Casualties on both sides were Bishop Henry J. in quantityor chaplain
the historic i 1 MandelbaumGate derided "They may vary forces in Europe in World
), but they may not re courage always Soenneker of Owensboro, and in quality," he said, "but War I.

ST. AUGUSTINE turn. Christians in Israel may ..essentially they remain the

1 visit the holy places in Jordanat J I IUNISTS, those mony about the communist getting the word around," an !ame. Conscious of his duty to
Ebrave Audience moves ;lead his flock and constantly
Christmas. and Easter, but
souls who come conspiracy, and so keep Ameri- atmosphere is created which JACKSONVILLE
EUGENE L. BARNES onlY"fot..a.Vho1rs.! cans blissfully ignorant of the encourages non-communists to iHoly i reminded of this obligation by
forth to make restitution for his staff, he desires,
Jerusalem itself Is divided Father pastoral
a ruthlessness of Red tactics and assault those ex-Reds who re- to :
& SON their sins know must he he labors to lead
city, Jordanian and Israeli they the extent of Red espionageand spond to government subpoena I plans,

REALTORS & INSURORS soldiers, armed with submachine prepare for many years of a infiltration; and ((2)) to against the conspiracy . affection \those over whom he has been A B'dQ'Jk'
65 King StreetSt. guns, face each other on living hell. Political Affairs harass the ex-communist and What these attacks are actually placed into verdant pastures
Augustine the alert 24 hours a day. Free and other official Red publica- make him such a target of recommending is either de- where the truth flourishes and STEER
Established 1895 access to both parts of the cityis tions it that the VATICAN CITY (XC) At make clear scorn that others will be deterred fiance of the courts or perjuryon
available only to a handful a general audience last \strengthened with the spirit
smearing of ex-party membersis from exposing the con- behalf of the Red con-
of diplomats and UN truce ob always on the communist spiracy.The spiracy and its friends." month Pope Paul VI made 1 that: gives light.

servers.In agenda. the occasion almost a family The appointment of the new
PONTIACAmerica' smearing of ex-com History teaches that society ]Bishop was announced on October c1uhnOAt >BKOILSD
ll >.. 1 Road far 1948-19, when war ravagedthe When communists return to munists by their former comrades should be grateful to those one. He spoke to the people 1: 31. Bishop Fedders was STEAKSFoot
city, Pope Pius XII spoke God's fold and denounce has dissuaded all but a rare individuals who have about themselves. He said: :at the time in Rome for the of nearer f.t. ViaductEL

BANTA BROSSt. out in three encyclicals. atheistic! marxism.Ieninhm, the handful of ex-communists from come over to our side and "We rejoice because you are
Reds sentence them to be speaking: out to warn us. given us needed information.The so numerous yet all membersof
Augustine roasted as "reactionaries," one family, the Church; be- .
Exchange postsY.TIC..X Thousands of Americanshave "roasting" of :
"stool.pl t'ons" and "paid In- ex-com cause you come from so many :STE ,e I
\ CITY (NC) formers. at some time been part of munists by the Reds and their different countries; because you EJ
the Red apparatus; but you dupes is the reason so few come great distances in orderto
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f r have exchanged posts. pigeon" category and testimonyis our government. communist subversion. Those of grace.

smeared as "well-paid lying Ex-communist Louis Budenz, who have denounced the com-

fantasies." a former editor of the Daily munist conspiracy after yearsof "We are filled with ,gratitude
This Red has two valuable since your visit manifests your
smear pur- Worker, who gave hundreds of participation are most
poses: ((1)) to discredit all testi- hours of testimony to our sources of information to devotion to the Pope, your af
fection for him and fidelity
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government and has always
to the Vicar of Christ all of
been proven accurate, knows Moreover, we as Individualsmust iTITIiiiiL
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I An enduring Christmas hymn: :' ;'i* 4s S : .. S S S.- S S S S S 5, .

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By Glenn D. KittlerTHE and quiet} that Mary and S S 5 S 5 S t S 4 ; 1

snow had fallen for Joseph first looked 'doun on S

days, covering the ; Bethlehem? $

valley and the mountains witha '
!] Had it been under this kind
white silence. Father Josef
: of a star-filled sky that the
Mohr sat comfortably in his
three kings made their way to t
study at a book, a small fire
: : the Infant? Was the air as :
**_:.. crackling before him. The
still and strangely warm as I I.Ir&
fj: knock at the door brought him ; I
j ;. this when it was suddenly
to his feet with effort. It was L
filled with the sound of angels?

a boy. L Father's thoughts took
"My father is sick" said the t I
I words and shaped themselvesinto
boy. "Would you come?" ( S
one of the poems he en- S

"Of conp.en the Priest said. joyed writing. By the time he B $.c$

He hesitated a moment. "Did reached home, the poem was ;

in his mind and he
sleighn"I rA/f
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came on horseback." too the poem to 'Franz Gruber, I

Father's horse was too old to his choirmaster. Groups. combined to .present .parish .proqram- in Orlando

face such a storm. "I will" have Gruber read it. "It is a beau- St. Charles parishioners in Orlando ton, Mrs. Lawrence Mclnerney, Mrs. Alfonso Mrs. Robert Reed, James Tague, Michael
ride with then he said.
to Father mounted you, ,the boy tiful thing, Father," he said. gathered in their hall last Sunday eveningfor Aliberti, Mrs. John Cavezzi, Mrs. Joseph Notartomaso, William Stumm; row 3, Charles
cradled in his arms, and they "It was meant to be .sung. the annual Christmas social. Dr. Ray Lawton, Mrs. Mario Farina, Mrs. Jack Far- Richard, William Lindsey, Paul Reinig, Miss

rode the two miles to the farm written to Vienna for the repairman "Then sing. it," said' the Olech, front row left, directed the chorus rington, Peter Chernega, Alfonso Aliberti, Rosetta O'Brien, Mrs. William Heil, Mrs.

where Father attended the sick to come. It was obvious Priest; S for the Christmas pageant staged by his John Bauer, Col. James Murray; row 2, William O'Brien, Mrs. Michael Dolark, :Mrs.
that the would Gruber picked his guitar '
I man. Satisfied that the man now man up wife. The voices of the Women's Glee Club Edward Sasscer, Leo Riva, William Heil, Mrs. Harry Grimm, Mrs. William Burton, John
not be able to travel throughthe and, strumming softly, beganto
would soon be well, Father mountains for weeks. fit the words to music. and the St. Charles :Men's Choir were com Richard Rupp, Mrs. Peter Chernega, Mrs.F. Berger, Harry Grimm, Thomas Stumm, Hugh

heard his confession, then pre- Father sighed heavily.He bined. Singers are, from the left, foreground, M. Seidell, Mrs. James Murray, Mrs. McNulty; row 4, Ray Maurer, James Ramseyand

pared to return to town. He came! to a turn in the ".:\h, that is lovely," Father Joseph Lawton, John Cavezzi, Joseph Quin- Daniel Hormuth, Mrs. George Baumeister, Arthur Pleva.
glanced out a window. The said. "The choir must sing it at
I road. Below him in the, valley
snow had stopped. the midnight Mass on Christ noted
I., nestled his parish town of
: "I will walk back," Father mas Eve." Sports comment Worth-while I booksCn 1
I announced. "The exercise will Oberndorf. The lights in the \ ( (XCAudU.) .

: windows looked like fallen "With 'what accompaniment BOEHN, MARIAN, MOTH ROBERTO, BROTHER. i iry l Bishop T. Austin Murphyf
do me good.
It was night. The stars were stars. Sparks trailed from ?" Gruber asked, suddenly Giants. winexecu"tes when Tittle ER. The Mystery I of Confirma Break Down the ))oors. (Du- c> Baltimore celebrated a Massn

out. The wind had calmed and chimneys like tiny comets. annoyed. "This?" He held up tion. (Herder and Herder. jarie. $2.25)). Biography for the 3 i St. Francis Xavier Church

the Priest felt happily warm. Father paused to take in the his guitar. $4.50)). Documented theological middle grades of Pope Pius ]1 lere to mark the 100th anniversary .

hushed scene. Father calmed him with a air attack approach to the sacrament. VII concentrating on his con- <; of the arrival of four

As he made his way throughthe raised hand. "We must be like EVANS, JOSEPH., editor. flicts with Napoleon. losephite Fathers from Eng--
He it
thought: was on a '
quiet Austrian hills, Father Mary and Joseph," he said. SOME of us believe pro foot- Jacques Maritain; The Man and SHEEN, BISHOP FULTON 1 I and to inaugurate the first organized
night like this, cold and clear
Mohr let his mind wander. "We must do our best with is too much of a pitch- Joe Achievement.. (Sheed & J., Way to Happy Living. ] American missionary

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; away. Reds chargedwith Thus on Christmas Eve, Abraham Tittle 'filliams essays.HADFIELD of the 1955 edition.SULLIVAN .

1818, in the tiny Austrian village demonstrated again in the New gives JOHN E., The
There was a lot of work to f.7jexpert's MILES and
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do, and now that the snow attackson S.-T! JOHN. The Twelve Days of
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pass must function as a tuo- HORGAN, PAUL. Toby and
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play was sharp
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spirit high. In short, an almostflawll'ss Christmas THE
I h a t the communists had already : too timid to that questions which
are lazy
in last
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7 I The Florida Catholic, Friday, Dee. 20, 1963 " " " Sharing our treasure


Teachers talkIdealism" : :/ ". ; ; NCWC News Service Weekend retreat gives

:ks 1 1fir. 'fi' ; At Nazareth, it has been
J 'sp.ar : task A rN :
:3 !
:[ .. repgrted by .Vatican. Radio, .. convert answers sought

?' .. t ,.;' 1 .. 1000 people have been"enlisted
.. ''i. '
of educating childrenBy R R ." .. .' ;'
you would
+ "r. 1'i1f" '':)i- .. ., of Pope Paul VI. They will
f ; like to your holy Faith?
Joseph P. 3IcGonagla cyclical on the "Christian Edu : .."
build a number of triumphal
If tell him how much
cation or'Youth'" so, your
that we must 4 M 9.1x Father
MY MAILBOX recently, I .,',. '...,: ,. y arches. religion means to you, the
IN concern ourselves with the '
x powerful help it provides in John A.
the happy news that "whole aggregate of human "1Ve shall do everythingin
p ., living an upright life and the
The Florida Catholic" is In. life, physical and spiritual, intellectual our power to embellishthe O'Brienconsidered
a sacraments which I channel
terested In a column for Catholic and moral, individual, town," said the Chris God's precious to
a lay teachers In the Diocese domestic and social, not witha ty grace your
tian Tice Namid
of St. Augustine.. I wrote view to reducing it in anyway mayor, soul.This
but in order to elevate e S ;S Bathish. "When the Pope is the simple method
this first article devoted to the II ; -
y ?' that will kindle his interest. holiness in connection
' lay educators in our parochial regulate; and perfect it." : arrives on January 5 the
... with a Church-merely an
f/ bells of the church will be
school system between December f'Tintoretto's Then bring him on a weekend
There lk. .. .
are facets fir :
so many SY. upright life.
4, the feast of St. Peter ..'.1 ..; .. gin to ring and will continue retreat, where he can see
attached to the task of teaching '
.. ": But the Church wanted
Chrysologus, and December 6, '.. : 1" ;\; ... to ring throughout the day. the emphasis placed by the more
children-many ideas, phil :'. ::. \ -genuine holiness. This is the
feast of St. Nicholas. The one t :.ffi1 Church on holiness of life.
saint was noted for his exceptional osophies, and methods of In- '. ..... ILJ Townspeople will decorate response of the soul to the love

struction.We the streets with carpets. The fruitfulness of this twofold Jesus showed for His
oratory; the other (the us by
first Santa Claus) was partic- Invite you to use this Nativity in BostonOne Wild flowers are to be scattered procedure is illustrated in death on the cross. This is the

column to exchange among the along the route of the the conversion of F. Leon motive which prompts so many
solicitous for the
ularly young. of the treasures of the Boston masterpiece by Tintoretto-the Nativ-
teachers in the Diocese of St. Pope. Edlefsen, a Mormon bishop become
and to
men women
You call It coincidence
may ; Museum of Fine Arts is a 16th century ity, above.
I like to think of it in a more Augustine-your ideas and &......""........""...............................................................................&" who is now an inquiry forum Priests, brothers and nuns and

divine light, for surely these ideals, your methods and 'The Defenders'reviewed director in San Diego, devoting spend their lives in loving, sacrificial

two men epitomize what we as means, your philosophies and himself to the spreading of the service to others.

Catholic teachers must be: eloquent functions in educating the Faith. "I was reared as a Few non-Catholics realize

in so far as God has young. Priest i warns of improper ChuTch World Mormon," he related, "and was the extent of the Church's cha-

given us the ability to be; child Whether we teach kinder- active in Mormon youth work.I ritable works: ministering to

like In Innocence, but with garten or college hopefuls, let entered the Mormon priest- the sick and suffering in hos-

wisdom sufficient to instill this us Join together in a spirit of theology used on TV Aids refugees Start diplomacyVATICAN hood, and became a high priest pitals, caring for orphans, the

same spirit in our children; Catholic educational action. and finally a bishop.He aged and lepers.

solicitous for the care of the The ship is launched, and as Following is an article by Father Frank Gar t I and UNITED NATIONS (NC) CITY (NO-The continued his life storyin of

young in every aspect of their all sea.worthy"essels are C.S.C., vocations director of the Holy Cross Fathers, The Holy See will contributethe Holy See and the Republic of these words: The love and sacrifice God .
education. Finally, we too christened or dedicated, I written for the Pilot Boston archdiocesan symbolic gift of $1000 to Korea have established diplomatic Through the study of religions these servants of
newspaper, and kindled a desire
must be of would like to dedicate this first the program of the United Na relations. The Holy See I became interested in us
patrons youth.
concerning an espisode shown November 30 on "The Defenders their .
share in ministry.The
tions relief and works to
column to one of my former agency will send an apostolic internuncio Catholicism and a Catholic

If you say that all that teachers, Sister Mary Padraic CBS-TV network show centered around the for Palestine refugees to Seoul and Korea will be friend, Richard McCormick, eight of us were bap-

sounds very idealistic, you are of the Sisters of St. Joseph in seal of confession. The Priest says he must (UNRWA). represented at the Vatican bya took a Priest and myself to tized on March 30, 1956, and

correct.As Boston Massachusetts.A The last week's announce- minister legate. dinner.
keep quiet.However. made our First Holy Com-
teachers In Catholic ment of the annual gift of the in
munion-the happiest day
schools we must be idealistic, teacher Inspired me to FTER a recent Saturday's the Priest's con- Holy See to the problem of CondolencesVATICAN The Priest brought out a lives.
teach; a teacher taught me a of Palestine is "mere number of points about the our
duct at the station refugees
else how can we Instill In presentation of "The De- together CITY (NC) A Our two eldest daughters are
great many of the Christ-like with ly symbolic of its vast contri- Church which quickened my
youth those principles and fenders" on the Columbia some doublecheckingleads of Cha-
message has been sent in the now nuns-Daughters
it takesto interest.
and Mary-like qualities television to the murderer's iden- butions to the alleviation of
basic truths promulgated by Broadcasting System
de Paul-
name of Pope Paul VI to the rity of St. Vincent
Jesus Christ, and dictated even be, not just a teacher, but a network I'm worried what millions tity. Before he is picked up the this grave human problem," German Ambassador to the The climax came when another and are putting into daily practice

by the founding fathers of this Catholic teacher. on Americans must thinkof murderer returns to the con- said Monsignor Timothy J. Holy See, Hilger van Scherpen- Catholic, Joseph Stefani, Christ's law of love and

great land of ours? Sister Padraic did not know the Catholic Priest's hand. fessional, upbraids his confessor Flynn, director of the New berg, to express condolenceson ; brought me as his guest on a service. I enrolled in the Institute

Pins XI tells ns In his en. that I would one day becomean ling of confessional secrets. It for breaking the seal. York archdiocesan information the death of former German week end retreat. Here I of Lay Theology, es.

educator, but that is not the was sloppy drama-about as More distraught than ever, bureau, who represented the President Theodor Heuss. listened to Inspiring confer tablished by Father Eugene

awfully important thing. She true to life as a nightmare. the Priest visits the murderer's Holy See at the UNRWA pledge ences and meditated upon the Zimmers SJ., at the Universityof

taught me the spirit of Christ's Fear-stricken after murder- home and without seeking his ing conference. Envoys of East life and teachings of Jesus.It San Francisco to prepare
He added that these
ORLANDO mandate to the eternal teachers ing a prostitute, the criminal permission rediscusses the large was while listening to the laymen to conduct inquiry

of men, "Go ye therefore, barges into a church, spots a case, urges him to make a sin projects "are nevertheless sur- VATICAN CITY (NO)-Pope 1 conferences on the passion of forums.
WINTER PARK Priest asks hear confession and him- passed by the Holy See's ef Paul VI conferred with his 1 His love
and teach. young him to cere give Christ and undying This I am now doing, and

Correspondence for this column his confession. self up to free the accused. He forts for moral and intellectual" apostolic delegate to Jerusalem for man that gave me the precious my greatest joy is to explainthe

welfare of refugees. and Palestine, ArchbishopLino 1 of faith, for I Faith to sincere
may be addressed to: grace Catholic
Unconvinced of the man'ssorrow does.This
Zanini December 12.
School distressing episode of Block greetings on walked out of that conference truth seekers and thus share
Bishop Kenny High the Priest wit holds He also recently received in 1
BILL BARDOEFORD Box 1554Jacksonville "The Defenders" gives the impression determined to become a Catho- with them my greatest treas-
LONDON (NC) Thousandsof audience the Syrian Ambassador for that de-
Priests hash over the lie. I was prepared ure. God be praised forever!
FACTORY DEALER Florida Both leave the confessional sins of their penitents, are Christmas cards sent from to the Holy See, Anouar cision by "The Faith of Our

SAVE ON YOUR perplexed and dissatisfied. bumbling babblers disloyal to Britain last year to the Im- Hatem. Fathers' which I read in its

NEW CAR DEAL Next morning the Priest con- the seal, reckless of the rightsof prisoned Archbishop Josef Chorale TV entirety on the first night of
sults with his pastor expresseshis the faithful, retailers of Beran of Prague, Czechoslo- the retreat.

Ph. Gary's Duck Inn worry, "Last night a man crime and criminals. vakia, got only as far as a deskin NEW YORK (NO-The Val I had become dissatisfied

W. GIVE US A TRIAL FOR THE confessed murder. I didn't absolve a Czechoslovak government ley Youth Chorale, nine boys J with many Morman teachings,

FINEST SEAFOOD AND him; he didn't seem What's the theology of the office. from St. Rose of Lima churchin 1 especially those about preexistence -

656-33331 l ROAST BEEF ANYWHERE sorry." seal? '. This is apparent from a letter Brooklyn will sing on the! eternal marriage BODY

St. sent by the prelate Jackie Gleason Show December
and plurality of
Phone GA 4-4531 "I see by this mornJng'spaper Any Priest who would directly polygamy
P 3974 So. Or. BI. Trail ," the pastor replies, "the violate it by revealingthe 1 I "free" in Czechoslovakia, to 21 at 7:30: p.m., EST, on 1 l gods. I told my wife and six & PAINT SHOP
Amnesty International and to the CBS television network., children about decision and
police have jailed So-and-So for crime and the criminal my
murder." The young Priest would incur excommunication, the Universe, British Catholic Jackie Gleason will offer a 1 they joined me in receiving instructions 1111 Court St.-Clearwater, Fl*,

SEE OUR LARGE SELECTION OF WONDERFUL looks shocked. and could be absolved only by weekly, "who made the appealto prayer for peace composed by from Father Francis Complete Wreck work

CHRISTMAS GIFT ITEMS FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILYSWAN'S the Pope. send Christmas cards, but auxiliary Bishop Fulton J. Gallagher, Our Lady of Mercy -"
Next minute the police phoneto and Auto
none was delivered to me. Sheen of New York. :Merced, Calif.
PHARMACY tell him a prisoner wishesto Others who become privyto Appliances RefloUhed
see him. At the station the this sacramental knowledge I Father set before u!* the four
f CONSULT TillS LIST before Phone 446-6304
Free Delivery 2700 S. Orange Blossom Trail GA 2-2316 prisoner turns out not to be themselves become bound to L.Ion or Decency going to the theatre. Films marks of the Church one,
the penitent of the night be- the seal. As "The Defenders" rated morally unobjectionable holy, Catholic and apostolic FREE ESTIMATES
are published In the second
fore. Shielded from the prison. pointed out, in most states this Rates New Movies'December which distinguished it from all

I er's view, the Priest blurts out knowledge is not admissible in, 19, U83) man-made creeds.

WATKiNS to "The Defenders": "That'snot court.If :Morally Objectionable in Part for AllAn
We had never previously
the man. Without meet- in a complex case the confessor el BabyBachelor Lover Come Back 51/4
ing the accused he rushes must consult an experthe Flat Main Attraction FJK %
Back Street
PAINT WALL PAPER away. But the lawyers want would be so circumspectthat Black Castle Marilyn Mongols JKL

him to clear their client. the expert couldn't remotely Cabinet of Caligarl JK New Kind of Love JKMU: SubscribiNOWJ INTERESTCATHOLIC
In- i
guess who was Chapman Report HU Night of Evil JKMU
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Concrete Jungle TU No Love for Johnny SJ
with ECONOMY is SATISFACTION BERNE, Switzerland (NO)- Priest didn't identify the Cool of the Day One Way Street SZ
QUALITY Dr. Ludwig von Moos, 53, who criminal to the expert, his imprudence Cry of Rattle Onion HeadOperation

ROBERT J. HERRONGENERAL traces his ancestry to St. Nich- soon led to the name Pexil's Curse of Hairpin Frankenstein J KT Outlaw Women Bikini JK -wt. Church Hospital

CONTRACTOR olas von Flue, 15thcenturyhero of the murderer.In Diamond Head HU Palm Springs Weekend I FRESH FRUITS (I

Winter Park 6441884Commercial who is Switzerland's na- real life the disastrous Doctor Disembodied in Love JK Parrish Party Girl JU I \ School
has been chosen Dr. No JKL Grovesr
tional patron, Passion of Slow Fire JT
universal effect of such con
& New and Remodel Drag Strip Girl JKS jptcmyer
Homebuilding President of the Swiss Con- Peeping Tom JKS BONDS
duct would make the sacra Riot
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federation for 1964 by a joint ment unbearable to millions Generation SZ Portrait of a Sinner U & Gift Shop \ - .
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both houses of Par- .
Why not live in Monterey or Meadow Brook Acres? meeting of precisely why the Church Fiend Who Walked west SV Private Lives DANIEL T. WINTER & CO.

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Moos is the youngest of a fame the police station the He Left Behind HU Siege of Syracuse KL Honey J

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Member New York Stock Exchange Federal Assembly elected Priest directly broke the seal House House of of the WomenU Damned Top Trouble Secret with Affair Harry, The JM Foam Rubber Beds- Bahamas, Cushions -

Hans-Peter Tschudi, another by presuming to discuss the Irma La Douce JKM 'Two Weeks In
and other principal exchanges Social Democrat vicepresidentfor crime with the criminal. He Island of Love Another Town HU Cut Polyfoam Upholstering
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CORNER CENTRAL & MAGNOLIA PHONE GA 2-7183 will become president for 1965. express voluntary permis- Kind of Loving, A HT Untamed' Youth:
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[ 8 The Florida Catholic, Friday, Dec. 20, 1963

I Church plans more .use. ;:; I High; Mass in Americawill

\ of f press, radio i /:: T"V ..' ; p ? : I retain the Latin

:Following is the text of an nature, reach and influence, instruct. men in their proper ,, -'V.'. r.a OKLAHOMA CITY (NC-The change from f Latin to
: \ English prayers will be applied initially only to low
English translation of the not only individuals, but the :
use.It Masses. High ,Mass will remain in Latin because of com-
very masses! and the whole of is, therefore, an inherent
Decree on CommunicationsMedia human society, and thus can right of the Church to have at : f f 'rt plex problems involving adequate music.

promulgated by Pope rightly l he called the media of its disposal and to employ any P This information was given in an interview here by

P a u 1 VI on December 4, social communication of these media insofar as theyare 3 1 d a a Bishop Victor J. Reed of Oklahoma City and Tulsa. He

1963, at the final meeting of 2. The Church recognizesthat necessary or useful for the is one of five American

the ecumenical council's sec- these media, if properly instruction of Christians and Bishops named by the U. S. Ingful and better adapted to

utilized, can be of great service all Us efforts for the welfareof w sub modern times.
ond session. hierarchy mit
: S pro- Reed also noted that
to mankind, since they souls. It is the duty of Pas Bishop
r ., :' .. posed translations in Jan- Priests now request per-
greatly contribute to men's entertainment tors to instruct and guide the : j .
: uary. mission from their Bishop to
I' Decree and instruction as faithful so that they, with the L.S.
on The five Bishops are doing recite the breviary in English.
well as to the spread and sup- help of these same media, may
tl ,l e .:, i afXk the spadework for the English However he said the English
port of the Kingdom of God. further the salvation and per : \ y rS ,
the in the
+ language Mass in this must await approvalof
The Church recognizes, too, fection of themselves and of Jax
% country. time next
that men can employ these media the entire human family.In # 1 r the text some
social contrary to the plan of the addition, the laity espe- t All the Kishop;; will meet In :year.

Creator and to their own loss. cially must strive to instill a 1 1 t: the spring: :; of Ifi4 to draw up

communication Indeed, the Church experiences human and Christian spirit in K formal decrees and send them Pope addresses

maternal grief at the to these media, so that they J to Home for confirmation.In .

I harm all too often done to society may fully measure up to the h endocrinologists
Is the interview, Bishop
by their evil use. great expectations of mankindand F. f t.
A 1. Reed said the five-member VATICAN CITY (XO)-Pope
.. Hence, this Sacred Synod, at- to God's design. _c i of
commission would "proceed Paul VI reminded a group
INTRODUCTION tentive to the watchful concern 4. For the proper use of p.. 6d
medical scientists that science
with the utmost speed" to
manifested by the Supreme these media it is most necessary \ k
bd bring the vernacular to low "stops before the sacred thresh-
I 1. Among the wonderful Pontiffs and Bishops in that all who employ them
Masses. hold of the soul and of con
technological discoveries which a matter of such great importance be acquainted with the normsof science" and that scientists

men of talent, especially in the judges it to be its dutyto morality and conscientiously "We expect the American to -
then have to turn representatives
present era, have made with treat of the principal ques- put them into practice in ;. Bishops, who have welcomed of the spiritual powerin
i the
God's help, the Church wel- tions linked with the media of this area. I council decree on the ver- search of what they lack.

comes and promotes with special social communication. It trusts, They must look, then, to the nacular, will take maximum The Pope received In audience

interest those which havea moreover, that the teachingand nature of what is communicated advantage of this decree and December 16 participantsin

most direct relation to men's regulations it thus sets given the special char- : that we will soon have almost international symposiumon

minds and which have uncovered forth will serve to promote not acter of each of these media.At the entire Mass in English," he an glands and hormones organized

new avenues of communicating only the eternal welfare of the same time they must S said. by the University cf
most readily news, Christians, but also the progress take into consideration the He described the vernacular Rome.
views and teachings of every of all mankind. entire situation or circum- f't. :Mass: as only an intermediate
stage until the entire structure Addressing them In French,
sort. stances, namely, the persons,
Chapter I place, time and other condi- ....- .... -- .....---. I of the Mass is revised by a he said after noting the limitations

The most important of these tions under which communication Holy Father to offer Mass at tombPope post-conciliar commission.This of science:
inventions are those media commission,he said, Is
which, such as! the press, On the teachingof affect takes place and which its can Paul VI is expected to reach cher. This picture portrays a small vesti- expected to take five years or "We shall say more. It !Is! not
or totally change
modes radio, television and the Church priety. Jerusalem on January 4 and is to offer bule called the Chapel of the Angels so to work out major structural -only the sense of what it lacks

! the like, can, of their very 3. The Catholic Church, sinceit Among these circumstancesto low Mass at the site of Christ's tomb in which guards the entrance to Our Lord'sthe changes in the Mass de that God. turns It is true the science natural toward move

was founded by Christ Our be considered is the precise Basilica (above) of the Holy Sepul- tomb in the church. signed to make it more mean- ment of its whole impulse toward

Lord to bear salvation to all manner in which a given me- research, because thereis
I CHAPEL men and thus is obliged to dium achieves its effect. For Imprisoned many years Honor Our Lady a deep harmony betweenthe

preach the Gospel, considersit its influence can be so great human intelligence and
t fit. rrtrnburr Reach UO- 3n
one of its duties to announce that men, especially if theyare Him who created it."
SEMINOLE BEACH the Good News of salvationalso unprepared, can scarcely Blessed Sacrament sustained 5000 Catholics honored Our
MEMORIAL CHAPELSt. Lady of Guadalupe, Empressof
with the help of the media become aware of it, govern its

rrtrribnrr 191-9907 of social communication and to impact, or, if necessary, rejectit. the Americas, in a traditional DUKES-STEEN

Priest held in soviet jails -.' downtown procession on
I December 8 to San Fernando FUNERAL HOME

Gentry-Morrison Funeral Home 5. It 1 Ic;;, however, especially cathedral where auxiliary 310 So. Florida Ave.

necessary that all parties concerned By Newell Schindler counter-revolutionary organization Bishop Stephen A. Levin offered Lakeland

Consideration for the living Reverence for the dead. should adopt for them NEW ORLEANS (NC-An Armenian-born Jesuit has -the Society of Jesus- a Pontifical Field Mass, MY 2.3123

, selves a proper moral outlook said here he credits the Blessed Sacrament with giving and for having associated witha opening a week-long celebra
I on the use of these! media, especially him strength to endure more than nine years of imprison- foreign po\ 'cr-the Vatican. tion in honor of Our, Lady.
Lakeland Ha.
686-2133 with respect to certainquestions .: ment in Russia. The Priest again divided his MayorV.. \V. McAllister Proclaimed

that have been vigorously Father Peter Alagiagian: S.J. 70, for the past four Hosts, to make Mire he Mould "A Week With Our

i PHONE 877-7524 aired in our day. years has traveled through South America talking on have enough to last the 10 Lady of Guadalupe" in San

Antonio. _
The first question has to do communism.On J ears.
Hosts into small pieces and
with "information," as it is a visit here he told of his M
A. P. BOZA himself However after
i I gave Communion seven ;yearshe
called, or the search for and harsh days in prison under the --
I 3809 N. ARMENIA AVE. every day at first and then the was confined to a small cell bras uutf41 omr MOOFRN r J R .-tt II
of the Soviets but thanks !
reporting news. expressed
First Friday of each month. in the city of Yelabuga-he was
this has become that oid A.D.vaafr M....
Now clearly they allowed him to keep A. II. Cralc-Rondal L. Urnnrtt ISay
.After 30 months of interroga- .released through diplomatic negotiations
most useful and very often 120 Hosts he had consecratedin ti6n and torture at Lubyanka, by the Italian gov. Ambulance Service 649 2nd Ave. So. Ph. 862.6503ST.
j for the of the last Mass he celebrated
necessary progress VA 4-1673
he was sentenced to 10 years ernment. One or two prisoners
GRISSOM FUNERAL HOME contemporary society and for before being sentenced to ST. AUGUSTINE PETERSBURG
solitary confinement. would either go crazy or commit
. Phone 847-3131 achieving closer links among prison. There was no trial. Father suicide each month at
I KISSIMMEE"OLDEST men.'t' Father Alagiagian; 'now an
Alagiagian was told he ,was Yelabuga," Father Alagiagian

IX CENTRAL FLORIDA" The prompt publication of Italian citizen, was born in sentenced for belonging to a said. .*.:':, .vr.. ; .. FUNERAL HOME SHANNON
Operating Under. Same Name and Management affairs and events' provides 1891 in Russian Armenia. In '

: every individual with a fuller, 1908 he went to Rome to study
continuing acquaintance with for the priesthood.In -

them, and thus all can contribute 1919 he returned to his ChUTChDies itl U18 Years
, Service For 61 i
JOHN 3. RHODES JR. more effectively to the homeland and worked thereas

common good and more read- a Priest until 1930 when he at 101 Film available
and advance the
FUNERAL DIRECTOR ily promote was expelled.
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FOSTER E. HEATH Funeral Director accord with the circumstancesin march to Suzdal, a city border- 69 years, Monsignor O'Brienwas here. The film is

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community. The proper exercise and when they reached He was born September 1, Heart, by Father Francis FUNERAL DIRECTORS
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however, that the news itself had died.He was ordained when he was 33
Robert A. FiOc mmM Wm- C. -Toiirnteaii that is communicated should gave the soldiers absolu- at Assumption College, Windsor 33966 Continuous Service Since 1856
For Christmas
Funeral Director Wwr* Director always be true and complete, tion as they fell, without get- Ontario.

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have been shot. course readings of medieval prose and
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O This means that in both the professor at the Catholic Uni- Broadcasting System. Carol
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for the legitimate rights the bag around his neck be- Yale University. The appointment -cooperation with the National

I F. H. Osgood Telephone! and dignity of the individual.For Death his clothing.At is effective July 1, Broadcasting Company, will Serving Eustis & Vicinity Since 1915

not all knowledge is help- Lubyanka, the Infamous 1964. broadcast Midnight. Mass

Funeral Director HE 5.2126r ful, but "it is charity that edi- torture prison in Moscow, the Kingman Brewster Jr., Yale from the Church of Corpus

r fies" ((1 Corinthians 8:1)). Russians "wanted to take the president, said the chair was Christi in New York City. Monsignor -

(To be continued) bag and throw it away," Father established through a gift in Arthur Campbell, pas Zeller, Kennedy & Hamlin
said. of the late Father T. tor, will offer the Mass.
I Osgood Funeral Home Alagiagian memory

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10 The Florida Catholic, Friday, IDea 20, 1963 TV to recast
1 B MH B B B B Bi M B iMl i 'B *" ;: '

: Expert Council /j; aR'P Church's role

says c '' -1t I i
w ,
a farr. ,

will follow tradition, ': i a dd4i.i.QSc. in historyNEW

(Continued from Fago On) erly be undertaken by individual 4 1 ;; ] ., P I'ORK-I Am With
'4 ( i a.
drawn from such understanding members of the episcopal extensive religious
!be an ) You, the most
of the issue of episcopal college under the supreme authority 4'. 4) rL historical documentaryever

: collegiality, which stills of the Bishop of Rome. 1: r filmed for television, will

one of the foremost topicsto Such an examination would be re-broadcast on the Catholic

be considered by the council imply, he states, the proper ? f, Hour, NBC-TV starting Sunday,

Father Rahner holds that understanding of infallibilityas i z January 5th ((150-2.00: ( pm. EST;
the >
many related questions remain one pertaining not .. ., tr consult local schedules for delayed -

theologically debatable, Roman Pontiff alone, but also airing in some areas). N
to the whole college of Bishops,
especially as far as the relation- r The four-part series which
and headed by the Pope, when certain
hip between the Pontiff
fulfilled.In premiered in May, 1963 wa
prerequisites are
the college of Bishops is concerned produced by the National Council
of whom the Pope himself this connection Father 'r u. of Catholic Men and the

is a member. Rahner also ,points out that National Broadcasting Com

the frequently discussed pro- t
Father Rahner doubts that pany and dedicated to Pope
of Bishops
that a body
the council will be in a position assume functions in the su John XXIII who convoked the
out the in Second Vatican Council.I .
to spell wars preme government of the

which Bishops act collegially Church, directly under the .a I .-\ With You, filmed in 18

outside of an ecumenical coun- Pope and in conjunction with cities in eight countries in the*

cil. him, must not be understoodas NBC-TV to review history of Church councilsPrelates Near East, the Middle East, and

Likewise he sees as Improb looking toward more than from ,all over the world assem- re-run of the Catholic Hour's "I am with tional Broadcasting Company telecasts dur- Europe: traces the movementof .

able an intensive examinationinto consultative functions at the bled in St. Peter's Basilica, above, for the you" series that traces the history of coun- ing the Sundays in January. Consult local the Church from its beginnings
behest of the Pope. in Jerusalem to the open.
what Initiatives can prop- Second Vatican Council, now in recess. A cils from Christ's time will be seen on Na- listings for the time. Second Vatican
V"W'.''''''.." ., lug of the

i.ri4iik I\4 South Pole Council.
'J Bishops hopeParaguayans trip
1 Shaky homes traced ; Schools NCCM and NBC have never
__ ( f 1f : NEW YORK (NC)-Francis before produced a religious I
$ ',.'. Cardinal Spellman left here
Christmas holidays in the television series of such scope.

a to ''who-cares?' trend ,schools of the Diocese of St for his 13th consecutive Christmas Its original showing met with
with Americans abroad,
Augustine will begin at the use justice this time personnel at the enthusiastic response from
Patrick press and public.
By Riley close of classes on Friday, Navy's South Pole installa
a. M. : : VATICAN CITY (NCPope) Paul VI, addressing..December 20. Classes will ASUNCION (NC) The tions. Jack Shanley of the New

judges of the Church's court of appeal, has wondered Bishops of Paraguay have proclaimed The Cardinal, who has described -York Times wrote: "The series:

aloud if the increase in the number of marriage cases resume on :Monday, January a "Catholic Social his annual trip as "my may do more to set VaticanII
brought before the court was not traceable to a declinein 6, the school calendar showsTeacherfs Year" to begin next May-a pilgrimage to the men and in its proper historical setting
than anything yet attempted -
moral Public entertainment books and 12-month intensive campaignto women who protect our coun-
responsibility. " " branch of the
into Christian by any
other publications have spread "dangerous ideas and mis- put practice try and preserve peace," flew media."
principles on social justice. from here directly to Christchurch communications
taken attitudes, said the rites
i Auxiliary Bishop Felipe Santiago New Zealand, by way Philip Hartung, film critic

a I rope. Benitez of Asuncion revealed of Los Angeles, Honolulu, the for Commonweal, commented:
ssr f The Holy Father said: WASHINGTON (XC) -Funeral the social justice drivein Fiji Islands and Auckland, "I Am'ith You, with its

"It is also a fact that these services for Dr. Rudolph releasing to Catholic action New Zealand. total two-hour running time,

J 'r stimuli meet with less resist- l Allers, 80, Georgetown University leaders a joint pastoral letter Arriving in Christchurch on has caught so well in sight and

f.. qr ance within the very sanctuaryof 0 philosophy professor, were by the Paraguayan hierarchy December 19, he was scheduledto sound the Catholic Churchits -
ri" the family than they did held on December 17 in Holy and beauty, its problems
urging a renewal in the family leave for the Antarctic as spirit
x F in the Trinity church here.. and and its divine
I 'fi't past. life of the nation. soon as possible. But no definite perils

li rM The Pope was speaking on Dr. Allers began his teach- The pastoral denounced "pov date was fixed because promise, 'Behold, I am with

December 12 to the judges of ing career as a psychiatrist in and social injustice" as uncertain weather conditions you all days even to the consumation -
Munich Germany, in 1908. He "*
R the Sacred Roman Rota, as major destroyers of proper family could delay his departure as of the world.
later taught' in Vienna, Austria
sembled for their: customary life. long as three days.
and in the 1930s joinedthe
papal audience at the beginning Paraguay's political leaders The Cardinal intends to offer .
:staff,of:Catholic Universityof
of the new' judicial year. science"that light of the America here. He joined the neglect the needs of the insti- a month's mind RequiemMass For Young Scientists. ..

The dean, or,head, of the courtis soul"-must rule ecclesiastical faculty in 1948. tution of the family, it said, and for President Kennedyon a Complete Elementary

a Priest from Shenandoah, judges and lawyers well as ",Georgetown he had been at the same time the nation's December 22.LAKELAND. Science Textbook Seriesl!
For the last year
Pennsylvania, Monsignor Fran the parties involved in a suit. economic life is geared to in-
conducting classes in the solarium
cis J. Brennan.In HEATH
4 r dividualism.
He said also: of a nursing home,
Y his address to the court, "Those contracting marriage where he was confined by ill- "One of the main objectives, 1961 ed.

the Pope spoke of the "absolute should not approach it superficially ness and died December 14. of a good social policy on the
-I- of the state," said I the HERMAN and NINA
necessity of a recall to the as a caprice of the He is survived by a son, UlrichS. part f by
for birthday preeminence of moral allies." senses, or an adventure, or an Allers of the Georgetownstaff. Bishops, "would be to make it SCHNEIDER
Preparing uncertain experiment, but possible for the majority of r Merry GArisimw |
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